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Himba Tribe: Beauty Without Teeth and Dirt

Himba Tribe: Beauty Without Teeth and Dirt

By on May 19, 2021 in Blog |

Namibia where the desert covers the most part of the territory is rapidly modernizing all national infrastructure and daily life. However, some indigenous tribes that preserve primitive traditions can still be found in the country. One such tribe is the Himba people. Although the tribe is increasingly attracting the attention of tourists, they are not trying to make...

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The Tribes of the Amazon Have No Sense of Time

The Tribes of the Amazon Have No Sense of Time

By on Jul 15, 2020 in Blog |

It has not been known for a long time about people living in the depths of the Amazon jungle. Travelers and residents of the area kept seeing the shimmering figures among the old trees, but those who were ready to find out the secret did not return. In the 1960s, the search finally succeeded and a tribe that still is living in the Stone Age was discovered. Some...

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The Arctic Survival of the Inuit People

By on Nov 9, 2019 in Blog |

Indigenous peoples of the world have paved the path for the future. Many who appear to have been left behind by society remain in their lifestyle by choice. Over thousands of years, Indigenous groups and tribes have persevered the elements that seemed to surround their way of life. They learned to respect nature and the cycles of the earth. It is this knowledge and...

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The Early Indians Who Lived in America

By on Sep 5, 2019 in Blog |

America is a country of North America that has an intriguing history. What is now denoted as the land of the free was once the home of Native American Indians. It is believed they came to America from Asia during the Ice Age at least 13,000 years ago. They began their journey to the coastline where they found the region uninhabited. The Indians had their core...

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The San People of the Past and Present

By on Jul 14, 2019 in Blog |

The Southern regions of Africa are a paragon of historical cultures and clues to our past. Artifacts and findings have offered us glimpses of what life was like a hundred thousand years ago. The Khoisan language is a sequence of clicks that are used to communicate by the San Tribes. Finger snapping and other distinct sounds contribute to its fluidity and...

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