Son of former superintendent of Great Gobi B National Park, Dalaitseren spent his childhood traveling in the park with his dad, who was instrumental in the reintroduction of the Takhi, Przewalski’s horse. After his father’s untimely passing he decided to become a biologist. Went to the National University of Mongolia to become a biologist and in 2017 came back to Altai and joined the park administration.
Leads studies on Takhi, Black-Tailed Gazelle and Khulan, wild donkey.
Since his childhood, he rode racehorses and participated in competitions around the country including several international races. Loves photography and soccer.
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