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Made by the Korowai people - Papua New Guinea #PapuaNewGuinea
PAPUA NEW GUINEA - The Tree Houses of the Korowai Tribe - It is said that until 1970, the Korowai Tribe was unaware of the existence of any people besides themselves.
A Korowai treehouse, West Papua New Guinea, Indonesia. The Korowai are a nomadic forest people who live in tree houses, constructed close to 100 feet up in the jungle. The distinctive high stilt architecture of the Korowai houses, well above flood-water levels, is a form of defensive fortification- to disrupt rival clans from capturing people(especially women and children) for slavery or cannibalism. The height and girth of the common ironwood stilts also serves to protect the house from arson.
The one place I would actually kill to see. Amazing Tree House in Papua New Guinea
Amazing Tree House in Papua New Guinea -- Doesn't it remind you of Tarzan? :D