Pygmies bend branches to create shelter at hunting camps. The semi-nomadic tribal boys are going through the circumcision ceremony called nKumbi are accompanied the adults to the camp. They have their own structure and are sent off into the forest to hunt or fish.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Ituri Forest Pygmy_National Geographic Magazine 9/2005