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Woman from Borana tribe holding her baby, Ethiopia, Africa : Stock Photo
The Borana Oromo are a pastoralist tribe living in southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya

Woman from Borana tribe holding her baby, Ethiopia, Africa

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The Borana Oromo are a pastoralist tribe living in southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya
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Photographer:
Bartosz Hadyniak
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Vetta
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