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INTIMATE PORTRAITS OF AFRICAN TRIBES

A German photographer travelled around Africa where he met and photographed members of tribes in a series of intimate portraits. From wearing animal skin clothing to living in huts made from cow dung, the traditional tribal lifestyle witnessed by Mario Gerth, of Erfurt, is a far cry from modern western civilization. The 38-year-old photographer toured the continent of Africa over a period of seven years, allowing him to visit a number of countries, including Kenya, Ethiopia and Angola.

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ALBINO SKUNK BORN AT SC...

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KILLED BY MAKE-UP - TRA...

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BOXING DAY SQUIRRELS

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FREEZING MANATEES STRUG...

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AUSTRALIAN TOWN LOCATED...

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DIVERS EXPLORE UNDERWAT...

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FIRST FEMALE JACKASS

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SHEEPDOG GIVES BIRTH TO...

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BRAVE DIVER FEEDS SHARK...

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