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The Sami people are the indigenous people from Lapland. In Sweden only the Sami people can own Reindeer, which they use for food, clothing, trade and labour. They are really resourceful and in the past even used the Reindeer’s intestines as a form of thread to sew with.

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The Sami people are the indigenous people from Lapland. In Sweden only the Sami people can own Reindeer, which they use for food, clothing, trade and labour. They are really resourceful and in the past even used the Reindeer’s intestines as a form of thread to sew with.

Tags: snow, lapland, reindeer

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