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Mundari Culture

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Group of Mundari tribesmen in the cattle camp at sunrise (South Sudan).

The Mundari are cattle herders who live in symbiosis with their Ankole Watusi cattle, characterized by their large horns.
They use the ash created by the fires to rub on themselves and their cattle, creating a protection against the (extremely) numerous and voracious mosquitoes of the area.
Men also squat under streams of cow urine, which they see as a natural antiseptic to fight infection to largely keep themselves clean.
The act also tinges their hair orange.

Edition limits:
- Large: Limited to 5
- Medium: Limited to 10

Paper: Fuji Crystal Archive, matte
Mounting: Photo print on Aluminum Dibond 3mm (0.12")
Frame: Solid Wood ArtBox 4mm (0.16")
Frame color: Black oak
Lamination: Matte

Certificate of Authenticity
Date, edition number, signature on back



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