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RY.2610-26
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RY.2610-26
Kirill Yando (left) & Daniel Yaptunay, Nenets reindeer herders, place pale reindeer skins on the ground close to their herd. The pale skins attract warble flies which they then kill when they land on the fur. Warble flies are a major parasite of reindeer. Gyda, Tazovsky region, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2610-27
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RY.2610-27
Daniel Yaptunay,a Nenets reindeer herder, places a pale reindeer skin on the ground close to the herd. The pale skin attract warble flies which he then kills when they land on the fur. Warble flies are a major parasite of reindeer. Gyda, Tazovsky region, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2611-01
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Kirill Yando,a Nenets reindeer herder, places a pale reindeer skin on the ground close to the herd. The pale skin attract warble flies which he then kills when they land on the fur. Warble flies are a major parasite of reindeer. Gyda, Tazovsky region, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2611-02
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RY.2611-02
Igor Salinder,a Nenets reindeer herder, places a pale reindeer skin on the ground close to the herd. The pale skin attract warble flies which he then kills when they land on the fur. Warble flies are a major parasite of reindeer. Gyda, Tazovsky region, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2611-03
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RY.2611-03
Igor Salinder,a Nenets reindeer herder, places a pale reindeer skin on the ground close to the herd. The pale skin attract warble flies which he then kills when they land on the fur. Warble flies are a major parasite of reindeer. Gyda, Tazovsky region, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
IJ.0070-14
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IJ.0070-14
A Yali girl grooms her friend for head lice.
Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
  

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