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Unsettling times for India's buffalo nomads

Fodder finders

Fodder finders

Van Gujjars spend winters in the low-altitude forests of the rugged Shivalik Hills, where they lop leaves from the trees for the buffaloes to eat. They prune branches so the trees will regenerate, providing forest cover and fodder for future years.

picture credit: © Michael Benanav



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