When explorer and National Geographic grantee Chris Bashinelli went on expedition to live among Mongolian nomads for a month, he had aspirations of racing on horseback across the plains to fulfill his epic vision of nomadic life. Unbeknownst to him, Bashinelli would be spending a fair amount of time with another four-legged hoofed animal: cows.
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You can also listen to Bashinelli describe his experience participating in another traditional nomadic activity—Mongolian wrestling—in the National Geographic Radio podcast.
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