Mongolia: An Ancient Rural Culture Deals With Wolves Halfway Around The World


Two animals, dark against windblown snow, picked their way from the shelter of a band of trees and out onto the plain. Tumursukh Jal, the director of the Ulaan Taiga Strictly Protected Areas Administration and one of Mongolia’s foremost conservationists, hit the brakes of the Land Rover and reached for his binoculars. 
“Wolves!” he said. 

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