Earlier ice melt

Through summer and winter the reindeer transport the Nenets across the tundra. "The new weather can be dangerous for the deer since ice on rivers first melts and then re-freezes. The risk for the deer to go through the ice is much greater and it is harder for us to move," says Valya Yaptik.

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67.6421°N, 71.6408°E
Through summer and winter the reindeer transport the Nenets across the tundra.
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