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Large reindeer (Rangifer Tarandus) during herding, Finnmark, Norway

Reindeer herding is a practice traditionally undertaken by the Sami people, who have been doing it since the 17th century. They herd their reindeer across the land spanning Northern Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia, leading them to green pastures and undisturbed calving areas.

Year: 2010

From album: Kautokeino Reindeer Project, Finnmark

Photographer: Lawrence Hislop

Tags: fauna Norway

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