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              Christine Nesbitt Hills

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A nomadic family's daily life.

Rainfall is rare. Scorching heat regularly reaches 50 degrees celsius, even during the coolest part of the year. Land to graze the animals grows scarcer every year as the borders of the desert expand, pushing populations further south. The nomads of Niger live on bare necessities, no room for excess in lifestyle. Taking no more than they need from the land, they depend on its fruits for survival. The sun rises and day breaks as a nomadic Tuareg family continue their daily life in their nomadic camp near InGall on the fringes of the Sahara desert in Niger.

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