Masai tribeswomen from Kenya

Masai tribeswomen from Kenya

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Caption: Masai tribeswomen. Tribeswomen from the Masai or Maasai tribe of Kenya. They are nomadic to allow them to find enough water and grazing for their cattle. The cattle provide food in the form of milk, blood and meat, their skin is used for clothing and their dung as a building material. Masai live in huts with enclosures for their cattle.

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Keywords: clothing, culture, cultures, indigenous people, kenya, maasai tribe, masai, masai tribe, people, tribal, tribe, woman, women

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