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The Dinka tribe, who tend to their cattle day and night, are moving to grazing land near the Nile
March 9, 2018
Updated: March 9, 2018 05:33 PM
Members of the Dinka tribe from the highlands of South Sudan have begun their annual migration to the country's lowlands near the River Nile.
The pastoralists, who tend to their cattle day and night, will set up camps to make sure their cattle are close to grazing land during the dry season, which runs between December and May.
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