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ISBN:
1842156691
Author:
Michael Stotter
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
English
Publisher:
Anness (September 2002)
Pages:
64 pages
EPUB book:
1217 kb
FB2 book:
1863 kb
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1761 kb
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4.1
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Delve into the nomadic life without leaving the comfort of your couch: read about the lifestyles of 10 fascinating .

Delve into the nomadic life without leaving the comfort of your couch: read about the lifestyles of 10 fascinating nomadic groups. But have you ever wondered what it would be like to turn life completely upside down and live a different way? There are still millions of people scattered around the globe living as nomads, whether as hunter-gatherers, herdsmen or craftsmen selling their wares. With a name meaning ‘desert dwellers’ in Arabic, it’s no surprise the Bedouin would have nomadic roots. One of the largest nomadic groups, there are about 21 million Bedouin people, and they have traditionally supported themselves through goat and camel herding.

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