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Facts: 5 Unusual Tribes Still In Existence, No 1 Walks On Both Hands And Legs Like Baboon.(photos)

Thanks for opening this article And please try your best and read till the end as ill be sharing with you today 5 most unusual tribes still in existence in our world today. What makes those tribes so unique or rather unusual is their way of life in which I will be unveiling to us in this article.

 Without further delay, let get into the listing of 5 unusual tribes still in existence in our world today.

1. THE KURDISH TRIBE

These tribes are found in the southeastern part of Turkey. One of the distinct things about them is that they walk on four meaning that they walk with both legs and hands like ba a baboon. Some researchers claim it's because of their genetic mutation.

2. THE KAYAN TRIBE

These tribes were found mostly in Burma a province of Thailand. They are known for their long neck which is regarded as a symbol of beauty. At a very tender age, the Kayan people will place a metal ring coil around the neck in other to make the neck grow longer. The Kayan tribe has practiced this metal on the neck for centuries.

33. THE COROWAI TRIBE

These tribes are found mostly in Papua and New Guinea. They are tree dwellers and one of the striking things about those people is that they believe nobody existed apart from them.

4. THE SURREY TRIBES

These tribes live in southwestern Ethiopia. They are known widely for the use of round metal plates around their mouth in a form of body modification. The metal plate is usually placed between their lower lips.

5. THE TOTOBIEGOSODE TRIBES

These tribes live in Paraguay. This tribe is the most historic of them all. They have an unusual burial tradition in which a dying person is buried alive. They live mostly in the forest as they strive to avoid contact with the outside world by all means.

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