The Dukha people living in Northern Mongolia have a bond with the animals that supercedes story books. They live and connect with the reindeer and wolves and have taught their eagles to hunt. The images tell a story greater than any movie plot, party because it is really happening.
Their close relationship with reindeer gives them many advantages. They use them to help hunt, make milk and cheese, along with offering rises to tourists and rides for travelers.
As you can see in the photo, they are all one big cohesive tribe, with everyone serving a purpose to the community.
The Dukha people hunt rabbits with the help of their highly-trained wolves and golden eagles. They trade them for about $2 (USD). They also hunt wild elk, fox and boar.
These images show how the animals are hunted down with the help of the trained Golden Eagles.
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