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Sheeps graze in Terelj National Park, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Land designations for parks are a very recent occurrence in the country. A ger is set up in the distance. Gers are circular tent-like dwellings with a collapsible wooden frame covered in animal skins, felt, and/or canvas. It serves as a home for shepherds and families alike. From coverage of revisit to Material World Project family in Mongolia, 2001.

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Sheeps graze in Terelj National Park, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Land designations for parks are a very recent occurrence in the country. A ger is set up in the distance. Gers are circular tent-like dwellings with a collapsible wooden frame covered in animal skins, felt, and/or canvas. It serves as a home for shepherds and families alike. From coverage of revisit to Material World Project family in Mongolia, 2001.