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INDONESIAN TRIBE UNTOUCHED BY MODERN LIFE

An Italian photographer travelled to the highlands of New Guinea where he met an Indonesian tribe untouched by the modern world. Roberto Pazzi, of Treviglio, Italy, met the Dani people, who live in bamboo huts, hunt with spears and sacrifice pigs to celebrate marriage. The 42-year-old photographer trekked into the island's Baliem Valley and visited several villages, where the tribe's simple life is far cry from the Western world. Roberto says: 'It's fascinating to think that the Dani people still live in primitive conditions, while we have our internet, cars and shopping centres.'

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