Alexander Slugin Alexander Sluginour best guide-anthropologist. He moved to Kamchatka after graduating from the State Univercity in Saransk city (Mordovia) and after that time he used to be almost everywhere in Kamchatka (24 years passed since that time). Alexander is a senior staff scientist and the director of the Ethnographical Museum in Esso village. For 9 years he studies the life, culture, habits and traditions of the Evens and Koryaks, aboriginal people of Kamchatka who live in herds and breed reindeer. He is one of the best specialists on reindeer herds and can answer any of your questions on the point. Besides he is fond of photography and filming both nature and people of Kamchatka.