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Masai cattle. The Masai are a nomadic people from Kenya, moving from place to place 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. Cattle in tropical Africa are usually a form of zebu or zebu hybrid, classified as Bos primigenius indicus, and have a 'hump' behind their head, and a dewlap (flap of skin) hanging from their necks. Photographed in the savanna near Amboseli, in Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
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