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In Mongolia, A Changing Nomadic Way Of Lifei
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December 02, 2009
Mongolia is home to one of the world's few remaining nomadic cultures, with some 40 percent of the population raising animals on the steppes. But economic and social changes are forcing many Mongolians to leave their traditional ways behind.
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