Ryszard Wierzbicki

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The Massai Tribe
Location: Swindon
Nationality: Poland
Biography: I have began my travel and photography explorations of  South-East Asia as a Child Care University Student already in 1987, when I took my first trip by Trans Siberian train Moscow - Ulaan Baatar - Beijing, 8000 km in 7 days.  When... read on
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The Massai Tribe
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Updated: 02/25/21
The Maasai Tribe
The Maasai are transhumance pastoralists, meaning that they move around with their herds to let the land regenerate and find fresh water. Cattles are an important source of food, since the milk and blood sustain life, but they are only killed occasionally for their meat. The Maasai's land in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania is unsuitable for agriculture, although it is suitable for pastoralism.

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