Gamo Tribalists moving to pasture at dawn

Gamo Tribalists moving to pasture at dawn

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Credit: TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: A small herd of cattle being led to pasture at dawn by Gamo farmers in Southern Ethiopia. The Gamo are responsible for producing a large percentage of the fruit crops grown in Ethiopia. The name "Gamo" means lion in the local dialect.

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Keywords: africa, african, agricultural, agriculture, animal, animals, bos taurus, cattle, cow, cows, domestic, domesticated, east africa, ethiopia, ethiopian, gamo people, herd, horn of africa, indigenous, pastoralists, subsistence farmers, tribal, tribalists, wealth

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