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As grasslands dwindle, Kenya’s shepherds seek urban pasturesby Jeffrey Gettleman
NAIROBI, Kenya — Allan Lemayian is what you would call an urban shepherd. He goes where the green grass grows. It doesn’t matter if that grass grows along a four-lane highway or in front of a Shell station or on the lawn of a million-dollar home.
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