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Mongolia is home to one of the world’s last surviving nomadic cultures, and these nomads still live in traditional ways. Up to 40 percent of Mongolians live as nomadic herders. These nomadic families still drive their herds across the vast steppes of the world's most sparsely populated country after Greenland. The herds live off the land, and the nomads live off their animals' milk and meat. They mostly live tens of miles away from the nearby communities, villages, and towns and live in harsh conditions taking care of their livestock with limited electricity power.
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