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Portrait of a Mursi tribe women, Ethiopia, AFrica : Stock Photo
Mursi tribe women wear characteristic lip plates to enhance their beauty and attract husbands.They are considered the most aggressive tribe in the Omo Valley.

Portrait of a Mursi tribe women, Ethiopia, AFrica

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Piper Mackay
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Mursi tribe women wear characteristic lip plates to enhance their beauty and attract husbands.They are considered the most aggressive tribe in the Omo Valley.
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