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*** World Rights ***
(10/15/2014) Hadzabe women after the daily harvest of fruit and tubers wait, with the children, for the men to return from hunting The Hadza are a Tanzanian ethnic group living around Lake Eyasi. The population reaches almost a thousand people; 300-400 live as hunter-gatherers. The Hadza have no close correlation with any other population. They were considered an East African branch of the Khoisan people, mainly due to the fact that their language has the typical pops of the Khoisan languages, but recent genetic research studies suggest a proximity to the Pygmies. Their language appears to be isolated, unrelated to others. (Photo by Federico Neri/Pacific Press/Sipa USA)
2014-10-15
Pacific Press/Sipa USA/East News
Sipa USA
Pacific Press
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5,85MB
32cm x 48cm by 300dpi
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