Transitioning from hunters to protectors, these traditional Samburu warriors from Kenya earn money food, livestock and education by protecting the animals they once feared and hunted.
The Samburu tribe of central Kenya has lived with wildlife for centuries, though not always peacefully. Dependent on livestock for meat, milk, and income, the Samburu have protected their herds from lions with brutal force. However, as African […]
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