How do the Buryats differ from the Yakuts and do they get angry when they are confused?

A log yurt-booth served as a winter dwelling for the Yakuts: vertically placed logs were coated with clay and covered with a sloping gable roof, and a hearth was equipped inside. In May, the Yakuts moved to urasa – high conical huts made of poles, covered with birch bark. They were located near rivers and lakes and were cool in the heat.

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