The Dukha truly are the last of their kind.
And their time as hunter / gatherers may be coming to an end.
In Mongolia, ancient Dukha culture and identity have been threatened by government policy as well as modernization. Their number has fallen from 200 families to about 40 families.
For thousands of years, the Dukha have lived in remote forests of Mongolia.
Now, they’re increasingly relying on tourism for survival.
The Mongolian government declared the Dukha hunting ground a protected national park in 2011, restricting the area in which the tribe can hunt.
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