The Dani tribe were discovered in 1926 by members of the expedition Stirling on the island of New Guinea.
However, in their lives, little has changed since then, but over the past century.
They live in villages, which shared a fence – home protection from pigs, women with children live in separate from the men buildings and the chief priest consults with the mummy, and all the boys in 10 years wearing the “Halim”.
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