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Herders bury animal carcasses in 2010 in Mongolia's Dundgovi province. A decade ago, an extreme winter — known in Mongolia as a dzud — claimed the lives of 22% of the nation's livestock and sped up migration from rural areas to urban centers. Jargal Byambasuren/Reuters hide caption

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The Deadly Winters That Have Transformed Life For Herders In Mongolia

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