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MACUSHI

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The Macushi are a population living in the border of southern Guyana and northern Brazil. When married, the Macushi couple […]

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MACUSHI

Koi

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KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, appearing most commonly in tattoos. […]

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Koi

KALINA

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The Kalina are indigenous people native to the northern coastal areas of South America. Due to the lack of a […]

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KALINA

Yupik

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The Yupik are a group of indigenous people Alaska. Traditionally, the families spent spring and summer time at fishing camps, […]

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Yupik

Warao

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Warao means “the boat people” and it’s the name of an indigenous people from northeastern Venezuela and western Guyana with […]

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Warao

Turkana

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Turkana tribe is native from northwest Kenya. They expanded southwards, by conquering ethnic nations employing superior tactics of war, better […]

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Turkana

Surma

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Surma is a pan ethnicity residing in South Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia. They have a fierce culture that includes stick […]

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Surma

Sami

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The Sami are indigenous people who inhabited the Arctic area of Sápmi. The traditional Sami livelihood included coastal fishing, fur […]

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Sami

Poppy

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Poppy, a secular flower was in ancient times offered as a way of farewell. This flower has strong connotations, being […]

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Poppy

Papua

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Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally diverse countries on the planet. Like the tribal paintings characteristic from […]

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Papua

Mursi

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The Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group Mursi lives in southwestern Ethiopia, they believe in a higher force coming from the sky, […]

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Mursi

Kasai

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Through Central Africa flows the Kasai river, giving life to agricultural lands in a region known for its sandy and […]

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Kasai