miércoles, 2 de febrero de 2011

MARUBO INDIAN TRIBE

They are located in the middle valley of the Curuca River, on the upper Meronal River, and upper and middle Ituí River. Approximately 960 people are recognized in the area as the warriors of the macana, for their use of a staff of sturdy hard wood as a weapon of war, although for hunting and fishing they turn to other elements such as spears and bow and arrows, arrows with vivid ornamentation like the typical costume where the predominate colors are white, blue and black.

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