We are a bit cold

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The Nenets, who live at daily temperatures of – 35C / -31F in northern Siberia, Russia and wash just once a year and eat raw reindeer liver to survive. Documented by these beautiful black and white monochrome photographs of by documentary photographer Sebastião Salgado / found at tanta tralha

These photographs of the Nenet are taken from the forthcoming book Genesis, by Sebastião Salgado, to be published by Taschen in April 2013 to coincide with the opening of the exhibition Genesis at the Natural History Museum, London, sponsored by Vale.

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