Traders push goods hundreds of miles by bicycle along the muddy Trans-African Highway. Rain can't stop the human flood of those who push through to resupply newly minted gold mines in the Ituri. It is the main east/west highway in DR Congo.
- RANDY OLSON
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africa, african tribal peoples, bicycles, cycles and cycling, democratic republic of the congo, dirt roads, ethnic and tribal peoples, forests and forestry, habitats and ecosystems, ituri forest, mbuti pygmy tribespeople, mud, peoples, pygmy tribespeople, rain forests, roads, soil, transportation of goods, zaire
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- Ituri Forest Pygmy_National Geographic Magazine 9/2005