The answer to this question is yes! There are many Muslim families living in Mongolia.
Mongolia is a country in central Asia with a population of over three million people. It has been ruled by several different empires over the years, including China, Russia and Japan. The official language of the country is Mongolian but many people also speak Russian as well as English and Chinese. Most Mongolians practice Buddhism although there are some who follow Islam or Christianity too.
The economy of Mongolia relies heavily on animal herding and agriculture because it doesn’t have much natural resources like oil or coal to sell abroad so most people rely on selling livestock instead – usually cows or sheep but also camels if you’re lucky enough! Some other examples include leather goods made from camel hides (like bags), cheese made from cow milk (cheese) or even yaks that produce woolen cloths which can be dyed any colour imaginable!