In tents and caves amongst the rocky landscape of the Moroccan High Atlas live a relatively small population of nomads. Their traditional way of life revolves around herding animals to provide food and to sell in nearby towns. In recent times however, contact with these towns is offering enticing opportunities for the younger generation in the form of work and education. This means that, as more young people embrace static lifestyles, the number of nomads is dwindling.
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