Packing up the chum

The Yaptik family dismantle their chum's thin summer cover and wooden pole structure ready for transporting over the tundra. The whole outer chum is dismantled and packed onto sledges within ten minutes. Nenets move every three to four days to new pastures, carefully not over using their resources.

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The Yaptik family dismantle their chum's thin summer cover and wooden pole structure ready for transporting over the tundra. The whole outer chum is dismantled and packed onto sledges within ten minutes. Nenets move every three to four days to new pastures, carefully not over using their resources.
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