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eally 37la r e re­main­ing rein­deer to graze in the area un­til win­ter mi­gra­tion. When the time comes for the rein­deer to move, the herders fol­low them on snow­mo­biles. But, with­out snow, there’s no way for them to do that.

Swe­den’s un­usual weather comes as the World Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Or­ga­ni­za­tion re­vealed 2018 will be among the hottest years on record.

The re­gion has ex­pe­ri­enced fluc­tu­a­tions that caused ab­nor­mal cy­cle of freez­ing

With­out the snow, herders had to de­lay their work.

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