Kenya, Samburu tribesman and wildebeest (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo
Kenya, Samburu tribesman and wildebeest (Digital Composite) : Stock Photo

Kenya, Samburu tribesman and wildebeest (Digital Composite)

Credit: Art Wolfe
Creative #: AO1144-001
Samburu tribespeople are closely connected with Maasai, and even speak the same language. The tribe occupies an area north of Mt. Kenya, and still practices circumcision, in both sexes.

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