Native of Gobi-Altai province, Buyantogtokh spent his childhood by the Great Gobi B National Park. He moved to the city after serving in the military and worked in the private sector for almost 10 years. He recently moved back to his hometown in 2018 and started working as a ranger. He is an adept rider and a fast learner. Buyantogtokh is a single father of two beautiful daughters. His wife passed away in 6 years ago from a car accident.
Buyantogtokh is the first ranger in Great Gobi B National Park whose job solely focuses on the protection of Przewalski’s horses – the only truly wild horses in existence.