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A logging camp in the Ituri Forest where the trunk is suspended on a platform and the huge squared-off trunk is cut into nine equal segments. The mud houses are supported by solid mahogany 3 X 3’s that are 15 feet long and cost 1 dollar.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Ituri Forest Pygmy_National Geographic Magazine 9/2005