Africa is really a wild and vast continent that's filled up with different tribe from various nation's.It also consists of different cultures, customs and traditions with guides them.
Evil or not? - check the reason this tribe forbids their male from any physical contact with a woman
Papua New Guinea is the third largest island in the world with one of the most unique biodiversity on the planet. Papua New Guinea is home to the third largest forest in the world, after the Amazon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The flowing rainforest is home to the only poisonous bird on the planet, the largest butterfly in the world, the tallest lizard. It also has the most Pacific area of mangrove forests, coral reefs and sea grass beds. This unique diversity not only encompasses nature,
Africa is a continent rich with great cultural heritage that is globally recognized and acknowledged. Culture they say is the way of life and there are a lot of cultural practices in Africa and today we shall be considering that of a minority tribe in Papua New Guinea which was granted independence by Australia in 1975.
A tribe can be regarded to as a unit of sociopolitical organization consisting of a number of families, clans, or other groups of people who share a common ancestry and culture among whom leadership is typically neither formalized or permanent. Even though we live in a civilized and developed world, there are thousand of people who have not accepted any form of civilization or development. These people are the world's most ancient tribes. You wold be amazed at the lifestyle they live. 1. Himba, Northern Nam
The Huli is the largest ethnic group in the Highlands, with a population somewhere between 300,000 to 400,000 people, covering the whole of Tari. Huli men are best known for their custom of wearing decorative woven wigs, that are used as elaborate headdresses and decorated with bundles of multi-colored feathers during singsings (celebratory festivals). These wigs are specially made by a unique clan known as the Huli Wigmen, who attend wig schools and live together in isolation from the rest of the community