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Democratic Republic of the Congo. Pygmies daub each other with clay to beautify their bodies. : Stock Photo
Girls daub each other with clay in solidarity with the boys initiation into manhood. Pygmies often beautify their bodies with paint, scarification and even tooth chipping.

Democratic Republic of the Congo. Pygmies daub each other with clay to beautify their bodies.

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Randy Olson
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Girls daub each other with clay in solidarity with the boys initiation into manhood. Pygmies often beautify their bodies with paint, scarification and even tooth chipping.
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