Nomadic life in Mongolia
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Baak and Batjarjral Tulga are Mongolian nomads. The two brothers have travelled on the Steppe all their lives.%0ATogether with their wives, children and grandchildren, they move their traditional Mongolian ger tents four or five times each year, seeking out new pastures.%0A%0AThe family spends much of their time tending to their livestock. Horses, goats, sheep and chickens all provide food and a source of income. They still travel on horseback and all are adept at riding but will use motorbikes when carrying goods into town for sale.%0A%0AThe nomadic families live an uncomplicated life, close to nature and in harmony with the animals, which are a significant part of their lives.