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A child passes through the camp's fence where a hive is waiting to be installed. The tribe of nomad herders, the Hamer, numbers 40,000 people. Still very traditional, they live mainly from pastoralism. The Hamer people live in a desert region with sparse vegetation. The hives are set up near streams, which fill up during the wet season. The development of the Omo Valley, with projects for intensive farming and road infrastructures, will certainly and rapidly transform the life of these people. The Honey Tribe, Omo valley, Ethiopia

© Eric Tourneret / Biosphoto

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Image size: 7110x4740 pixels (23.7"x15.8" @300dpi)

Shooting date : 2011-05-12

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Keywords

Domestic animal / Domestic mammal / Goat (domestic) / Goat (Capra hircus)

Wild animal / Insect / Hymenoptere / Bee / Honey bee (Apis mellifera)

Human Settlement / Habitat / Building / House / Traditional habitat / Straw Hut

Africa / East Africa / Horn of Africa / Ethiopia / Omo valley

Enclosure

May

Natural resources use / Agriculture / Farmer / Breeder

Suspend

Natural resources use / Agriculture / Farmer / Beekeeper

Economic activity / Activity / Traditional activity

Natural resources use / Agriculture / Agricultural activity / Animal breeding / Beekeeping / Hive

Individual / Person / Child

Shot / Overview

Enumeration / Group / Herd (Flock)

Enumeration / Alone

Ethnic group / Hamar

Latin keywords

Eukaryota / Opisthokonta / Metazoa / Bilateria / Coelomata / Protostomia / Articulata / Arthropoda / Tracheata / Antennata / Hexapoda / Insecta / Hymenoptera / Aculeata / Apoidea / Apidae / Apis

Eukaryota / Opisthokonta / Metazoa / Bilateria / Coelomata / Deuterostomia / Chordata / Vertebrata / Synapsida / Mammalia / Artiodactyla / Bovidae / Capra

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