Like father like son:
The relationship between family and nature are deeply connected in Mongolia. Mongolia might be the last country with truly wild horses, the horse population four times the size of their human counterparts.
With roughly four million horses and one million people it seems natural that the relationship between horses and humans would be so close. Mongolia’s weather extremes that reach 30 degrees Celsius in the summer can get as cold as -30 when winter comes, which creates a unique environment where families are reliant on the natural world around them.