The Khanty taiga dwellers: breeding deers, reading tracks

The taiga is a difficult place to live. In the winter, temperatures reach -60 degrees Celsius (-76 degrees Fahrenheit). The short, cool summer is swamped with insects. Whatever, the true Khanty can easily predict the weather by looking at the stars and “reading” animal tracks.

The taiga is a difficult place to live. In the winter, temperatures reach -60 degrees Celsius (-76 degrees Fahrenheit). The short, cool summer is swamped with insects. Whatever, the true Khanty can easily predict the weather by looking at the stars and “reading” animal tracks.

Fedor Telkov
The taiga is a difficult place to live. In the winter, temperatures reach -60 degrees Celsius (-76 degrees Fahrenheit). The short, cool summer is swamped with insects. Thought the taiga dwellers named Khanty are not scared of that - they can easily predict the weather by looking at the stars and “reading” animal tracks.

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