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8:21pm 10/05/2022
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Transhumance
By:AFP

Argentine Inostroza cousins herd their flock of sheep into a pen at a stop on their way from Chenqueniyen to their Rio Chico wintering area in the east, during the yearly transhumance which early snowfalls brought forward, in Bariloche, Argentina.

Each year, the Inostrozas travel 120 km carrying their animals — between 1,400 sheep, 70 horses and 200 cows — on a two-day journey during which they sleep in a neighboring estancia or camp halfway along the way.​

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