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Hadza, the indigenous people of northern Tanzania, live in the province of Arusha, Singida and Shinyanga near the Lake of Eyasi. They talk on the isolated eponymous language. Traditional clothing for women – leather apron, men – an apron and belt of modesty. They are usually walking barefoot and in the transitions from burrs they wear sandals. Families of Hadza form small, nomadic groups. Typically, the transition to a new location takes place once every two weeks. The composition of such groups is not constant, at the request of their members, they may be combined or separated. The territories occupied by communities or “resident groups” have no clear boundaries, virtually every Hadza may live, hunt and gather food, where desired. In the dry season Hadza live together in groups of 100-200 people, and in the rainy season – re-live separate communities.
1. Like his ancestors, the young Nij grows around the lake Eyasi in northern Tanzania. Unless, of course, the pressure of the surrounding breaks the freedom of its people.
2. Expansive open spaces and dry vegetation make it possible to see and sharp gaze prey for many miles ahead. With the wind bend the trees man named Mahiya looks through the rugged territory habitat Hadza people.
3. Everyone takes something from the place of hunting in their camp. For Kapali it is the head kudu. His group of friends and relatives, will revel until he eats all the meat.
4. Onvas (rear left) laughs with men and boys from their camp until the poison from roses thorns is boiled in a pot for their arrows.
5. Some rustle is heard in the bushes. A man missing his bow and bent down, silently moves towards its prey. While large prey is much more attractive, Hadza hunters can be satisfied by a smaller game, such as dik-dik antelope, birds or calves galago.
6. His time as a hunter has passed, but as a storyteller, it is just beginning. Onvas – a key figure for one of the many groups of people Hadza, who are still hunting and living an ancient way of life.
7. Hunters are tracking down a wounded warthog in the footsteps of blood, using skills passed down from generation to generation. In this photo made near the edge of the Serengeti plains, Hadza hunters stumbled upon a bigger prey – a giraffe. A good shooter Garah (right) gets most of the meat.
8. While the men are hunting, women split the baobab fruit to get the resin, which is located inside the fruit. The diet of the Hadza tribe includes fruit and fruit extracts, which is much more important meat. Only several hundreds of groups from all Hadza population rely on food grown by themselves, despite the proximity of the agricultural community.
9. Surrounded by their few belongings, Tembo sits beside ashes in a “dormitory suburb” of their camp in the open. Most Hadza are sleeping outdoors in the dry season, because, as they say, the wind drives away mosquitoes.
10. Women of Hadza people, like herself, are independent and free, they are free to marry and divorce. The scars on her cheeks go all the way back to her childhood. They have been taught to restrain their tears.