Synopsis: For most people around the world, the Gobi Desert is a name often heard but a place never seen, at least not in person.This harsh environment of bitterly cold winters and punishingly hot summers, with a nearly year-round lack of water, is a place where only the hardiest of creatures can survive. That includes the people, the descendants of ancient Mongolian horsemen who passed down the skills needed for the nomadic lifestyle still widely practiced today. This two-part documentary series follows one such extended family and their hardships as they raise camels, sheep, and other livestock on the unforgiving Mongolian steppe. With a special focus on their rare white camel, called chagangtimé, the viewer witnesses the challenges and triumphs of life in a gerr out on the prairie.
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