Reindeer around the world are starving to death because of the unstable climate.
More than 80,000 of the animals, 22% of the total population, starved to death in Siberia between 2006 and 2016.
Temperature fluctuations result in a layer of ice on top of the lichen, which is what reindeer eat.
Reindeer keepers are forced to feed the beasts pellets in order to keep them alive.
Johan Andersson, a reindeer keeper from Ammarnäs, says the problem gives him sleepless nights: “When the reindeer are happy, I’m happy.
“I don’t sleep during nights, where I see that that they can’t get to their food. You suffer with them. And you do everything you can for them to get their food.”