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Nuer guy from western sudan / africa
by abgefahren2004 on Flickr
South Sudanese man.
The Nuer are a confederation of tribes located in South Sudan and western Ethiopia. Collectively, the Nuer form one of the largest ethnic groups in East Africa. They are a pastoral people who rely on cattle products for almost every aspect of their daily lives. The Nuer Border such tribes as the Dinka, Anyuak, Shilluk and other minor tribes in both Ethiopia and Sudan. More► www.facebook.com/africanheritagecity]
Arbore boy /Ethiopia The Arbore tribe from the lower omo valley lives in a very desert-like area - they are pastorals and this gives them their name - ar means bull and bore land - the land of the bulls...
Africa | Portrait of a young Wodaabe lady from Niger. Photo by Mario Gerth
Africa | A Mundari male covered in ash and orange hair bleached in the sun from washing it in cow urine. Terakeka, Bahr al Jabal, Sudan. | ©Tom McShane
Africa | Nuer man from South Sudan, with facial markings called gaar. | ©Mario Gerth
Africa | Jie woman. South Sudan | ©World_Discoverer, via flickr
Africa | Portrait of a Nuer man, South Sudan | © ngari.norway, via Flickr
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Africa | Nuer scarification. South Sudan | © Ngari Norway.
Nuba man, Sudan
Tribes of Kenya (Psst: Win a trip to Kenya: t.co/lgd26UU9)