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FIRST TWO UAE GIRLS TO LIVE WITH MURSI TRIBE
 
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FIRST TWO UAE GIRLS TO LIVE WITH MURSI TRIBE
EXTREME Lip Plates On Suri Women - Tribe With Bruce Parry - BBC
 
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Discover key moments from history and stories about fascinating people on the Official BBC Documentary channel: http://bit.ly/BBCDocs_YouTube_Channel Bruce Parry goes on another fascinating journey, this time uncovering the ancient tradition of lip plates among the Suri tribe. From BBC Worldwide. Taken From Tribe With Bruce Parry Subscribe to the BBC Studios channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BBCWorldwide BBC Studios Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCStudios This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.
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Footage Ethiopia. Tribe ritual: Mursi, lip plate
 
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How are Lip Plates Inserted? This tradition is customarily performed between 6 months and a year before a young girl is to marry, usually around the age of sweet sixteen. During initiation rituals of young Mursi girls a small incision of between 1 and 2cm in length is made in their lower lip. This ritual is usually performed by their mother or their kinswomen. A wooden peg or ceramic disc is placed in the incision and this remains there for approximately 3 weeks or until the wound has healed. The peg is then replaced with a slightly larger disc thereby stretching the lip gradually. This stretching process will continue until the lip has an opening of about 4cm in diameter. At this point the first clay lip plate will be inserted. To accommodate the lip plate at least two and sometimes four lower front teeth are extracted. Each woman crafts her own lip plate and decorates each one with pride. The stretching process using larger and larger lip plates will continue until on average a lip plate with a diameter of about 10 to 15 cm will fit into the lower lip. There are reports of some women who boast lip plates that are 25cm in diameter, though this is not the norm. This entire stretching process usually takes a few months to complete. Because lip plugs make talking difficult, women only wear their lip plugs in the company of men, but they remove them to eat and sleep or when they are only in the company of women.
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Most beautiful people in Africa: Mursi people (Ethiopia)
 
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[ENG] The Mursi are an ethnic group in the south east of Ethiopia --within the Mago national park area. They are of an animist tradition and still live primitively. Boncaulo is a Mursi who occasionally goes to the market in Jinka --a town two days walk away through forests. Some of his fellow village inhabitants take advantage of his trips, making orders that he carefully jots down on paper. Boncaulo learned to read and write years ago and is one of the few Mursi who can. His trips have become a great help to his neighbours.
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Tribe ritual Mursi, Suri, drinking cow blood
 
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The full documentary language : English and Spanish vesves Russian films! Nature, Science,Tribes .The best full documentaries channel on YouTube! Follow us . The Mursi or Mursu people are the most popular in Ethiopias Omo Valley. They are well known for their unique lip plates. They are settled around the Omo River and in the Mago National Park.. Channel - The documentary language : English and Spanish vesves Russian films! Nature, Science,Tribes .The best documentaries channel on YouTube! Follow us .
Views: 2345 Jacques Laudenslager
South Ethiopia-Tribal Civilization-Second Part:Mursi,Dassanech,Banna tribes-Full HD
 
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The"Great rift valley"has the largest diversity of ethnically different groups.
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Mursi tribe girls with big lip plates
 
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The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, rituals, ceremonies, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.
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Lip Plate Tribe. Mursi. Ethiopia
 
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see more on http://bit.ly/2zhdBdX African Tribe Ethiopia is famous for its diversity. This country combines a wide range of tribes with different traditions, appearance and culture, though the Mursi tribe is the most unique. Their appearance is radically different. They create different accessories with an incredible speed, they mix colours and know how to match them to clothing. They are very good at creating style from nothing. The main reason of my trip to Ethiopia was getting to know this tribe better. Nowadays, the population of Mursi tribe reaches about 7500 people.The majority of them still manages to maintain their ancient traditions and this is what makes Omo gorge even more attractive. All rights reserved © Mindia Midelashvili see more on https://www.Mindia.ge or https://www.facebook.com/MindiaPhotographyOfficial
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Mursi Tribe of the Omo Valley, South Ethiopia
 
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The Mursi Tribe lives in the Lower Omo Valley, with a territory spanning roughly between the Omo River and the Mago River. The language spoken by the Mursi is the Mursi language, which is a Surmic branch of the Nilo-Saharan language family. The Mursi people are pastoralists, raising cattle for their meat and milk. In addition, they also grow sorghum, corn, and other crops. A famous characteristic of the Mursi people is the lip-plates worn by the women - which symbolises the connection between them and the society they live in. Girls have their lips cut at the age of 15 or 16, and bigger and bigger clay plates are added over the years to cause the lips to expand. Another famous characteristic of the Mursi is the ceremonial duels by young men who fight to impress unmarried girls. Currently, the Mursi way of life is under threat from land eviction and irrigation projects. Please do support causes that protect the rights of these indigenous people, and others who live in the Omo Valley of Ethiopia. Thank you for watching this cultural experience on FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe! FlightTravels Travel Blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/ FlightTravels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlightTravels/
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Footage Ethiopia. Tribe ritual: Mursi, body painting
 
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The Mursi or Mursu people are the most popular in Ethiopia's Omo Valley. They are well known for their unique lip plates. They are settled around the Omo River and in the Mago National Park. Due to the climate, they move twice a year between the winter and summer months. They herd cattle and grow crops along the banks of the Omo River. Men of the Mursi also use white paint for their bodies and faces.
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Travel Namibia - Meeting the Himba Tribe
 
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What happens when a traveler encounters the Himba tribe in Namibia? Earlier this year, Sussan Mourad travelled with the World Nomads film crew to explore Namibia. The highlight of the trip was the day spent visiting a nomadic Himba tribe deep in the heart of Namibia. While apprehensive at first, Sussan managed to connect with the women of the tribe despite language and cultural barriers. After speaking extensively about the Himba women's unique beauty regime of applying ochre and fat to their skin, Sussan asks if she too can try out the treatment. Watch as Sussan is transformed from traveller to tribal woman -- and see how the women of the tribe react to her new look. *Note: Being invited into a Himba village and being dressed like a Himba woman is not a common occurrence in Namibia and certainly is not a tourist attraction. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­----- Credits: Produced by Alicia Smith Directed by Jesse Chard and Peter Teys. Cinematography by Peter Teys. Edited by Jesse Chard.
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Tribal Journeys - The Mursi #1
 
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Tribal Journeys - The Mursi #1
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First UAE two girls to live with Mursi Tribe
 
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First UAE two girls to live with Mursi Tribe
Tribe Girls Hamar shocked white man. The rituals and ceremonies of the African tribe
 
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Channel Site - http://travelvideophoto.com/ In Ethiopia, the Omo River valley is home to several dozen isolated and primitive African tribes. The most interesting of them: Hamar, Mursi, Surma, Dassenech, Doors, Ben Ari, Arbore, Karo, Konso. Tribes Mursi, Hamar and Surma practice most amazing customs and rituals. In Africa, Omo River Valley is still the local girls can be shocking view of white men. *************************************************** Cheap flights - http://bit.ly/2rHWRrE Search for cheap hotels - http://bit.ly/2qbVVtA Видео канал о путешествиях, туризме и отдыхе. Я в контакте - http://vk.com/serega.borisov Группа в контакте - http://vk.com/puteshestviya_turizm_foto Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005643873691 Twitter https://twitter.com/bsn75
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Hamar people isolated tribe native African tribes
 
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The Mursi (or Mun as they refer to themselves)[1][2] are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. They principally reside in theDebub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, close to the border with South Sudan. According to the 2007 national census, there are 7,500 Mursi, 448 of whom live in urban areas; of the total number, 92.25% live in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR).[3] Surrounded by mountains between the Omo River and its tributary the Mago, the home of the Mursi is one of the most isolated regions of the country. Their neighbors include the Aari, the Banna, the Bodi, the Karo, the Kwegu, the Nyangatom and the Suri. They are grouped together with the Me'en and Suri by the Ethiopian government under the name Surma.[4] The Mursi are famous for their stick-fighting ceremony and Mursi women are known all over the world for wearing clay plates in their lower lips. Their economy concentrated on bartering and sharing possessions. This changed when tourists arrived, offering money in exchange for photographs. The nomadic Mursi clan lives in the lower area of Africa’s Great Rift Valley. Extreme drought has made it difficult to feed themselves by means of traditional cultivation and herding. The establishment of national parks has restricted their access and threatened their natural resources
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Mursi Tribe From Ethiopia   Mursi Tribe Culture an d Rituals
 
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Mursi Tribe From Ethiopia Mursi Tribe Culture an d Rituals
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Visiting Mursi tribe village
 
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The Mursi peoples are one of the most famous tribes from the Omo Valley in Southern Ethiopia. The main reason for their popularity is the fact that their women wear large clay plates in their lower lips. This draws hordes of tourists, who come here in pursuit of getting photographs of primitive people that nobody else has.
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The Mursi (Ethiopian Tribe Full Documentary) | TRACKS
 
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The Mursi is an Ethiopian tribe living near the Omo River in an isolated and mountainous region near the South Sudanese border. The Mursi people share this area with other tribes, such as the Suri, Kwegu, and Bodi tribe among others. We follow the Mursi tribe closely as they seek to settle an ongoing dispute with the neighbouring Bodi tribe which recently has launched attacks on the tribe's young cattle herders. The documentary series “Disappearing World” was originally broadcasted between 1970-1975. As an anthropological landmark of its time, the series tells the story of traditional communities endangered by the modern world’s progressions. The series stands as a historical document of daily life in remote and threatened societies, such as the Cuiva, Embera and Panare Indians of Colombia, the nomadic Tuareg of the Sahara, the Kurdish Dervishes and the Meo of China. Subscribe to see more full documentaries every week: https://bit.ly/2lneXNy TRACKS publishes unique, unexpected and untold stories from across the world every week. From "Disappearing World" Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRACKSTravelChannel/ Content licensed from ITV Global. Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected]
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Indigenous African Woman Swagger Himba tribe
 
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Omo valley Ethiopia Africa. Mursi: a isolated primitive tribe. Hamer: the most beautiful naked women
 
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Ethiopia - Africa: the Mursi tribe are a most primitive tribe living in a remote area of the lower Omo valley in Ethiopia and Hamer tribe have the most beuatiful women of Ethiopia. They live in a remote area and their number are around some hundreds. The Mursi are very primitive really amongst whom it is still the norm for women to wear large pottery or wooden discs or ‘plates’ in their lower lips. The lip-plate has become the chief visible distinguishing characteristic of the Mursi. A girl’s lower lip is cut, by her mother or by another woman of her settlement, when she reaches the age of 15 or 16. The cut is held open by a wooden plug until the wound heals,which can take around 3 months. It appears to be up to the individual girl to decide how far to stretch the lip, by inserting progressively larger plugs over a period of several months. Some, but by no means all, girls persevere until their lips can take plates of 12 centimeters or more in diameter.. Author: [email protected] Unpublished original documentary: UHD - 4K Subscription to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwtwfdnQopghRdo6ChAIL3w?sub_confirmation=1 Usualmente prima di inserire il piattello, le Mursi bagnano il labbro con la saliva e poi lo massaggiano per ammorbidirlo e renderlo più elastico. Quindi il cordone labiale viene inserito nel solco marginale del piattello che viene appoggiato nello spazio lasciato dagli incisivi spezzati. In presenza degli uomini il piattello viene sempre portato anche se provoca grosse difficoltà nell’espletamento delle funzioni normali quali il parlare, il mangiare ed il bere. Non si sa di preciso il motivo di questa strana usanza. Alcuni antropologi sostengono che serviva a rendere inestetiche le donne per proteggerle dalle incursioni schiaviste. Poiché i bianchi sceglievano sempre e solo donne senza difetti, queste con i piattelli venivano regolarmente scartate........ Gli uomini, oltre al latte, bevono anche il sangue del loro bestiame. I buoi vengono normalmente salassati ogni giorno. La vena giugulare, resa turgida per mezzo di un laccio intorno al collo dell’animale, viene trafitta con una piccola freccia e il sangue subito raccolto in un recipiente chiamato calebasse. Poi la ferita viene chiusa con fango o sterco. Gli uomini lo bevono ogni mattina appena prelevato ed ancora caldo. Il pasto di sangue è un uso consueto fra i Mursi perchè fornisce forza rigenerante senza pari...... Dopo qualche giorno trascorso con i Mursi, mi dirigo verso un villaggio hamer posto su una collina, con un’atmosfera pastorale e scenari agresti, e subito vengo circondato da occhi lucenti ed espressivi. Per trovare moglie un giovane Hamer deve saltare sul dorso di 7 tori affiancati per l’occasione e non può farlo con l’uso delle mani: deve saltare per ben quattro volte senza cadere, senza mai sbagliare. Ha una sola possibilità di errore. Se fallisce una seconda volta, non potrà mai più sposare una donna della sua gente, sarà costretto ad allontanarsi dal suo popolo e rifarsi una vita altrove; tutto questo porterà disonore anche nella sua famiglia di origine. Author: [email protected] Unpublished original documentary: UHD - 4K Subscription to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwtwfdnQopghRdo6ChAIL3w?sub_confirmation=1
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African tribes clothing and hairstyles
 
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The culture of Africa is varied and manifold, consisting of a mixture of tribes that each have their own unique characteristics. It is a product of the diverse populations that today inhabit the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora. African culture is expressed in its arts and crafts, folklore and religion, rituals, ceremonies, clothing, cuisine, music and languages.
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies Part7 Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Eth
 
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Zulu Tribe Virginity Testing South Africa
 
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Zulu Tribe Virginity Testing South Africa Legally, virginity testing can be carried out on boys and girls between the ages of 16-18 years. But is the practice a.
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Scarification Practices Of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley Tribes
 
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Ethiopian Tribe Mursi woman with lip plate
 
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How are Lip Plates Inserted? This tradition is customarily performed between 6 months and a year before a young girl is to marry, usually around the age of . This month, an Australian film crew, led by cinematographer Abrahem Joffe, stumbled upon the world's largest lip disc in the remote valleys of southern Ethiopia. How are Lip Plates Inserted? This tradition is customarily performed between 6 months and a year before a young girl is to marry, usually around the age of . The Mursi or Mun as they refer to themselves are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. They principally reside in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern .
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals, Ceremonies, MURSI Tribe, Arbore Tribes, Documentary African 11
 
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals, Ceremonies, MURSI Tribe, Arbore Tribes, Documentary African 11
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The Mursi Tribe The Wildest of the Wild
 
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Filming the Mursi tribe was tough. They are wild and tough, but they are also the most interesting tribe I visited in the Omo Valley and to my surprise at the end the embrace me as one of them :) Enjoy this journey into the tribal world!
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Traditional tribal dressing of Mursi tribe Tribes life - African american 2018
 
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Mursi tribe, Stick Fights and Lip Plates
 
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The Mursi peoples are one of the most famous tribes from the Omo Valley in Southern Ethiopia. The main reason for their popularity is the fact that their women wear large clay plates in their lower lips. This draws hordes of tourists, who come here in pursuit of getting photographs of primitive people that nobody else has.
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Kastom village tribal boys wash western girl's hands with spit, in Vanuatu!
 
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African Primitive  Mursi People life║africa tribes,mursi tribe, Karo  ║culture #4
 
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African Primitive Mursi People life║africa tribes,mursi tribe, Karo ║culture #4
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The World's Largest Lip Plates The Mursi tribe of Ethiopia
 
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The full documentary language : English and Spanish & Russian films! Nature, Science,Tribes .The best full documentaries channel on YouTube! Follow us . The documentary language : English and Spanish & Russian films! Nature, Science,Tribes The best documentaries channel on YouTube! Follow us . This month, an Australian film crew, led by cinematographer Abrahem Joffe, stumbled upon the world's largest lip disc in the remote valleys of southern Ethiopia. African Tribe Ethiopia is famous for its diversity. This country combines a wide range of tribes with different traditions, appearance and culture, though the Mursi . A visit to the Mursi tribe in the Omo valley.
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African Documentary [sub ENG] Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE,
 
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies ( Part 7 )Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Ethiopia African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies [Part 5] Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Ethiopia. Meeting tribal peoples tour to Africa, ethiopia Meeting tribal women in Africa tour tribes life Uncontacted people, also referred to as isolated people or lost tribes, are communities who live, or have lived, either by choice (peoples living in voluntary isolation) or by circumstance, without significant contact with global civilization. Few peoples have remained totally uncontacted by global civilization. Indigenous rights activists call for such groups to be left alone, stating that it will interfere with their right to self-determination.[1] Most uncontacted communities are located in densely forested areas in South America, New Guinea, India, and Central Africa. Knowledge of the existence of these groups comes mostly from infrequent and sometimes violent encounters with neighboring tribes, and from aerial footage. Isolated tribes may lack immunity to common diseases, which can kill a large percentage of their people after contact. Uncontacted tribes are a source of fascination in "contacted" society, and the idea of tour operators offering extreme adventure tours to specifically search out uncontacted people has become controversial. It is believed that the last group of uncontacted native peoples in North America were the Lacandón people, discovered in the early part of the 20th century. Both Ishi's Yahi family, and the Lacandón Maya, were aware of European colonization and the civilization that had developed from it, but purposefully avoided any direct contact, preferring to interact only with other native peoples. The Uncontacted Indians of Peru There are an estimated 15 uncontacted tribes living in the Peruvian Amazon, all face catastrophe unless their land is protected Survival has been calling on the Peruvian government to protect land inhabited by uncontacted tribes since the 1970s. Today, five reserves have been created for uncontacted tribes, and Peru has ratified laws that uphold the tribes’ right to be left alone. But now the threats are greater than ever. Illegal loggers and miners are invading the forest, and oil and gas concessions cut across more than 70% of Peru’s Amazon region. We’re campaigning to ensure the government upholds uncontacted tribes’ right to their land and prevents outsiders from invading it.
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Mursi tribe
 
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Largest Lip Plate: Woman with the World's Biggest Lip Disc - measuring nearly 60cm
 
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This month, an Australian film crew, led by cinematographer Abrahem Joffe, stumbled upon the world’s largest lip disc in the remote valleys of southern Ethiopia. Joffe told Daily Mail Australia the crew was filming a documentary series for Canon Australia when they made the discovery. ‘We were taking a tour with some of the local guides. When they spotted the woman, they were absolutely bewildered,' he said. ‘I’m a big reader of Guinness World Records and I figured it was out of the ordinary, but you know you've found something special when the locals are amazed.’ Ataye Eligidagne, 20, dons the largest lip disk in the world. At a whopping 59.5 cm in circumference and 19.5 cm in diameter, it’s over twice the size of the average disc. The previous record disc in the Guinness Book of World Records was 15cm in diameter. Lip discs are a long-running tradition amongst the Surma woman of the lower Omo Rover valley in Ethiopia. There is evidence of woman wearing the discs in this region from 1896. The procedure, which also involves knocking out the bottom two teeth, is done at the age of 15-18. In recent times, the Ethiopian government has taken measures to ban the discs, and the frequency amongst the younger generations is reportedly dwindling. The discs carry a multifaceted significance. They are intended to attract a husband as well as a dowry for the family of the wife, who provide a contingent of cattle respective to the size of the disc. ‘I think that locally, it's a matter of pride. The larger the disc, the more impressive. Young people try to outdo each other all over the world.' Eligidagne has been stretching her lips for three years since the initial piercing. The process also involved the removal of bottom two front teeth. Joffe asked for their guides to translate for the woman so he could interview her, but the guides were not fluent in Mursi, the local dialect, so they had to use a local warrior to translate for the guide. ‘During the interview, we offered her some Coca-Cola. It was a fascinating, because she had clearly never tasted anything like it,' he said. ‘Ataye poured it onto her tongue with the disc in place, and suddenly had this stunned expression. It was incredible.’ Joffe asked if there were any hurdles that come with such an unusual tradition. ‘She said it was not painful at all and there weren't any adverse affects.' But Eligidagne acknowledged that the discs may not be around forever. ‘When we asked her if her daughter would adhere to the tradition, she said wasn’t sure her daughter will see it the same way, and she would respect her daughters decision on whether or not to do it.’ Music : Whimsy Groove by Kevin MacLeod Blog : http://patrynworldlatestnews.blogspot.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/patryn.worldlatestnews
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies [Part 11] Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar
 
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies #4: Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Ethiopia Link video: Meeting tribal . Meeting tribal women in Africa tour tribes life Uncontacted people, also referred to as isolated people or lost tribes, are communities who live, or have lived, . African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies #14: Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Ethiopia Link video: Meeting tribal . African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies [Part 25] Arbore Tribe, MURSI TRIBE, Hamar Ethiopia. Meeting tribal peoples tour to Africa, ethiopia Meeting .
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The Ancient Mursi Tribe: Endangered By Modern Society With Guns, Money, And Alcohol
 
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The African Mursi tribe is both dangerous and in danger. Hostile habits and unique culture, mixed with evolving tourism and modern items. The Mursi let visitors know more about their amazing wild lifestyle and customs and willingly pose for pictures, but there are some dangerous downsides of this situation. Fighting is in the blood and culture of these natural warriors – does money make them even more dangerous? For the safety of tourists, the visiting hours of the Mursi tribe are already restricted. Will the impact of civilization cause an eventual decline of this unique tribe? Subscribe to Bored Panda (https://goo.gl/4Uzh6o) and watch it till the end. Please be sure to leave a like and a comment! VOICEOVER: The Voiceover Beard Instagram: @the.voiceover.beard https://www.instagram.com/the.voiceover.beard/ Website: https://www.thevoiceoverbeard.com MUSIC: UPRIGHT MUSIC FOOTAGE: Shutterstock Subscribe to Bored Panda channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCydKucK3zAWRuHKbB4nJjtw?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the Bored Panda website: https://www.boredpanda.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boredpanda/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boredpanda/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/boredpanda
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The Rift valley
 
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Asefa was one of them, a young veterinarian who has decided to return home to practice its profession with the tribes of the Rift Valley. Wendesen tours this awesome geological crack to attend to the call of communities like the Konso, Mursi or the Hammer, who try to preserve their traditional way of life, but who need the help of science to protect animals that support the base of its economy. SUBSCRIBE here and check out the best tribal videos: http://goo.gl/VngQAU Follow us and dont' miss anything: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewAtlantisDocumentales Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewAtlantisDocu Discover more amazing documentaries on: http://www.youtube.com/user/newatlantisline http://www.youtube.com/user/newatlantiswild
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Ethiopia - Mursi tribe village visit
 
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The Mursi tribe is an African tribe from the isolated Omo valley in Southern Ethiopia.The Mursi women wear large plates in their lower lips.
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Ethiopia - Daasanach tribe village visit
 
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Daasanach is the most southerly of the tribes who live in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, where the Omo River Delta enters Lake Turkana. Dassanech is meaning ‘People from the Delta'. Daasanach women are circumcised by removing the clitoris.
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Karo Tribe | Ethiopia
 
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To the southeast of the River Omo, Ethiopia is the territory of the Karo, an ethnic group of barely 1,000 people. They are constantly under threat: persistent droughts that cause a cycle of famine, a severe pandemic or a simple war with their powerful neighbors the Mursi could lead to their ultimate extinction. Their customs and ways of life have remained the same for 500 years. The Karo mark their social statuses and personal identities with ornaments on their skin: they are considered masters of body painting. The women of this Ethiopian tribe colour their hair with a mixture of animal fat and red clay; they wear brightly coloured necklaces, their arms boast numerous bracelets and they wear leather skirts. They make dances and Men, women and children alike all dance. And the rhythm is especially striking in courtship rituals. Although the men are always more painted, the women often employ decorative scarring, shallow incisions that, with a coating of ink, acquire a unique touch that attracts the men. Their artistic designs imitate the plumage of birds and the stripes of zebra; the white chalk mixed with water highlights their bodies, and, though it lasts only for one day, is long enough to shine out in ceremonial feasts. The Karo were originally a tribe of hunter-herders, but they were forced to work the land in order to survive, due to the continuing scourges of tsetse fly which infected their animals and decimated their herd
South Ethiopia, Mursi tribe
 
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This trip was organized by Marabu Tours http://marabutours.com/
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Mursi Tribe
 
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Visiting the Mursi Tribe in Lower Omo Valley, in southern Ethiopia, close to the border to South-Sudan. The Tribe is one of the more exotic tribes and are famous for wearing discs, or ‘plates,’ in their lower lips. There are only 7500 Mursi people. Enjoy!
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African Primitive Tribes Rituals and Ceremonies Part 5 Arbore Tribe MURSI TRIBE Hamar Ethiopia
 
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Primitive Tribes African Tribes Traditions, Rituals And Ceremonies - FULL Documentary Meeting tribal peoples tour to Africa, ethiopia Meeting tribal women in Africa tour tribes life Uncontacted people, also referred to as isolated people or lost tribes, are communities who live, or have lived, either by choice (peoples living in voluntary isolation) or by circumstance, without significant contact with global civilization. Few peoples have remained totally uncontacted by global civilization. Indigenous rights activists call for such groups to be left alone, stating that it will interfere with their right to self-determination.[1] Most uncontacted communities are located in densely forested areas in South America, New Guinea, India, and Central Africa. Knowledge of the existence of these groups comes mostly from infrequent and sometimes violent encounters with neighboring tribes, and from aerial footage. Isolated tribes may lack immunity to common diseases, which can kill a large percentage of their people after contact. Uncontacted tribes are a source of fascination in "contacted" society, and the idea of tour operators offering extreme adventure tours to specifically search out uncontacted people has become controversial. It is believed that the last group of uncontacted native peoples in North America were the Lacandón people, discovered in the early part of the 20th century. Both Ishi's Yahi family, and the Lacandón Maya, were aware of European colonization and the civilization that had developed from it, but purposefully avoided any direct contact, preferring to interact only with other native peoples. The Uncontacted Indians of Peru There are an estimated 15 uncontacted tribes living in the Peruvian Amazon, all face catastrophe unless their land is protected Survival has been calling on the Peruvian government to protect land inhabited by uncontacted tribes since the 1970s. Today, five reserves have been created for uncontacted tribes, and Peru has ratified laws that uphold the tribes’ right to be left alone. But now the threats are greater than ever. Illegal loggers and miners are invading the forest, and oil and gas concessions cut across more than 70% of Peru’s Amazon region. We’re campaigning to ensure the government upholds uncontacted tribes’ right to their land and prevents outsiders from invading it.
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Mursi Tribe
 
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Mursi Tribe of Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley. In this video we have stopped to take on a local guide, and immediately Mursi women come to our car window to sell us clay lip plates for 10 cents apiece. We end up buying twenty. Note the woman in the front with her lip plate out. Her lip resembles a rubber band drooping down her chin. Their bottom teeth were also removed to accommodate the plates, and their ear lobes were also enlarged. We were told this practice originated to discourage slave traders, but through the generations, became a thing of beauty. This tribe, like the Dasenech, wait for tourists and are dressed to compete for photos - at 10 cents a click.
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lip plate woman drinking
 
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the older the women ,the larger the ceramic plate.
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