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Hadza Bow and Arrows, Tanzania

Hadza Bow and Arrows, Tanzania

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BOYD E. NORTON / SCIENCE SOURCE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BOYD E. NORTON / SCIENCE SOURCE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Bow and Arrows. The Hadza people are click-speaking people, hunter gatherers, living in the region of Lake Eyasi, Tanzania. There are perhaps only 200 of them still living in their traditional way. Their region where they hunt and gather fruits, berries and roots is being taken over by other tribes whose cattle and farming is driving away the subsistence game on which the Hadza depend. Bow and arrows used for hunting. The arrows with sharpened wood points are used for small game such as dik-dik and hyrax. Larger game require arrows with sharp metal arrowheads and poison from Adenium obesum bush.

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