Još
Dodatno

Ukucajte željeni termin u pretragu i pritisnite ENTER

Životinje

Narod Huaorani: Život unutar plemena koje lovi i jede majmune

Autor Aleksandra Jovanović
Autor Aleksandra Jovanović

Britanski fotograf Pit Oksford zavirio je u život amazonskog plemena koje preživljava loveći primate, a stalno „pentranje“ po drveću i vrebanje majmuna ih je koštalo ravnih stopala. Ali to nije sve, većina njih ima šest prstiju.

Izvor: Foto: Profimedia

U prašumama istočnog Ekvadora ne postoje restorani brze hrane, pa ako su gladni, članovi naroda Huaorani idu okolo s vazdušnim puškama i love majmune. Pravi su eksperti u penjanju na drveće i vrebanju primata, koje ubijaju otrovnim strelicama ispaljenih iz vazdušnih puški.

Postoji manje od 4.000 pripadnika plemena Huaorani, a mnogi od njih uz ravna stopala koja imaju zahvaljujući konstantnom penjanju na drveće, imaju i šest prstiju na stopalima, a neki imaju i šest prstiju na rukama.

Meso majmuna je glavno u njihovoj ishrani, ali jedu i pekarije i tukane, kao i biljke.

Author: Pete Oxford / mediadrumworld.com Copyright: Pete Oxford / mediadrumworld.com Description: SPECTACULAR images offering insight into the lives of the Huaorani people in the Ecuadorian Amazon have been revealed showing how they use traditional methods to hunt monkeys for food. The collection of pictures show people with dead monkeys hanging around their necks and another person in the trees in action trying to catch their next meal with a blow gun. Other shots show a man creating an ornate headpiece and woman knitting a hat. Other shots offer further insight into what the people eat with bare toucans, the bird made famous through advertising the Irish stout Guinness, hanging from their necks and a peccary pig roasting on an open flame. The stunning pictures were taken by conservation photographer, Pete Oxford (58) from Torquay, Devon in the Ecuadorian Amazon. To take his shots, Pete used a Nikon camera. Pete Oxford / mediadrumworld.com Software:Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.1 (Windows) Created: 2017:01:18 17:52:48
Izvor: Profimedia/Shutterstock
Foto: Profimedia

Huaorani žive nedaleko od reke Napo, koj se na kraju uliva u moćni Amazon u susednom Peruu, piše Daily Mail.

Najnovije

Priroda

Nauka