Look at how Ket people (perhaps related to American Indians) live in remote Siberia

The Siberian Indians, or Ket people, are the smallest ethnic group living in Russia's North. While scientists are still puzzled by their origin and culture, they keep their nomadic mode of life, which hasn’t changed much for centuries.

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