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APWAS_1463
Anthropologist Richard Lee leaving with a group of !Kung San who are moving camp, Kalahari Desert, Botswana
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APTRO_1445
Anthropologists measure and record heights of Efe and Lese, Ituri Forest, Zaire
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APDEV_1669
Linguist Francesca Merlin studies language in remote Highland New Guinea, an old warrior is on her right with necklace that is his bank account. Mt. Hagen PNG, 1981
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APDEV_1428
Dr. Hanson measures !Kung San girl's head circumference, Kalahari Desert, Botswana
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APROW_1391
Chimp being groomed, Chimfushi Wildlife Orphanage, Zambia
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APWRA_1892
Jane Goodall shows school teachers how to plant a tree for conservation education, Uganda, 1994
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APHOS_1674
Anthropologist Hoskins recieving meat from Kodi, West Sumba, Indonesia
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APDEV_1457
Anthropologist Richard Lee interviewing !Kung San, Kalahari Desert, Botswana
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APDEV_1426
Anthropologist, John Yellen measures !Kung San man, Kalahari Desert, Botswana
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APJEN_1440
Anthropologist Helen Strickland and Efe assistant measure a Lese garden, Zaire
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APCAN_1409
Anthropologists Mary Leakey and Desmond Clark at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. This location is one of the most productive sites for paleoanthropologists. The strata represent more than 2 million years of evolution.
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APTHO_1422
White "Sapana" initiate of Pastoral Pokot being smeared with goat "chyme", Kenya
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APAGE_1394
Anthropologist Irven DeVore watching Orangutans, Sabah, Malaysia
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Anthropologist Mary Leakey, Geology Section, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. This location is one of the most productive sites for paleoanthropologists. The strata represent more than 2 million years of evolution.
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APLEE_1670
Sociologist Nancy Howell interviewing !Kung San about acquaintence networks, with the help of an interpreter who is showing photographs of the San to other San, Kalahari desert, Botswana
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