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Where the world ends

The word “Chukchi” means “rich in reindeer”. It also refers to a people who live in the Russian Far East, who can't imagine a life without their time-honored traditions: hunting, cooking, engraving beautiful pictures on walrus tusks and praying with their shaman.
Find out more about the indigenous peoples of Russia in a new XL Report, only on RT.

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