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    Tree Lined Road Arusha, Tanzania

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  • 862-03355160

    Maasai warrior in front of Lake Natron in northern Tanzania,one of the most alkaline lakes of the Rift system. As its waters evaporate in the intense heat,sodium sesquicarbonate,known as trona or natron,solidifies to resemble giant coral heads in brightly coloured water.The pastoral Maasai graze their cattle along its southern shores where the Enkare Sero River provides welcome pasture.

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    A Datoga young man,spear in hand,has decorated the edges of his check cotton wrap with old zips.The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.

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  • 862-03355109

    Dawn breaks over Mount Meru (14,980 feet). As its shape indicates,Mount Meru is a volcano,which was formed some 20 million years ago during earth movements that created Africa's Great Rift Valley. It lasted erupted only 100 years ago. The acacia tree the attractive flat-topped thorn tree of the African plains is an Acacia tortilis.

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  • 841-05781819

    Masai steppe, near Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

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  • 614-09110981

    Portrait of lion (Panthera leo), close-up, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 614-09110980

    Two buffalo (Syncerus caffer), Ngorongoro, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 841-02918627

    Market, Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

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    Lion, Lioness, Panthera leo, Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania

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  • 614-09110977

    Scenic view, Arusha, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 841-02943607

    Masai market, Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

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    Masai market, Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

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  • 862-03355166

    Herds of cattle owned by Datoga pastoralists make deep ruts in the friable soil surrounding Lake Eyasi,a seasonal alkaline lake,which lies in a false arm of the Great Rift Valley southeast of the Ngorongoro Highlands

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  • 862-03355162

    Maasai pastoralists water their livestock at the seasonal Sanjan River,which rises in the Gol Mountains of northern Tanzania.

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  • 862-03355161

    Maasai men,spears in hand,drive their laden donkeys across pristine volcanic grassland at the southern end of Lake Natron. Donkeys carry loads in leather panniers strapped loosely to their flanks

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    A Hadza boy carrying a bow and arrows. The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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  • 862-03355176

    A young Datoga boy attired in beads. The metal bells worn around his ankles ensure that he does not wander far from home without his mother or another member of the family hearing him. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.

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  • 862-03355165

    Rich farming country near the Ngorongoro Highlands of Northern Tanzania.

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  • 862-03355175

    A Hadza girl wearing a beaded headband and necklaces.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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  • 862-03355173

    A Hadza woman digs for edible tubers with a digging stick.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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  • 862-03355128

    Old and new. Dressed traditionally and carrying familiar wooden staff,two young men give hints that the lifestyle of younger Maasai generations is changing gradually in Tanzania.

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  • 862-03355159

    Lake Natron bathed in late afternoon sun with Shompole volcano (situated on the border of Kenya and Tanzania) in the distance at the northern end of the lake. Lake Natron is one of the most alkaline of the Rift system yet lesser flamingos breed there each year.

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    Two young Datoga boys. The youngest wears metal bells around his ankles to ensure that he does not wander far from home without his mother or another member of the family hearing him. The Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.

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  • 862-03355111

    A section of the western wall of the Gregory Rift (a part of the eastern branch of the Africa's Great Rift Valley) close to Lake Manyara. The escarpment drops several hundred feet in sheer cliffs and runs in a north-south straight line as far as the eye can see. .

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    Elevated view of clouds over landscape, Ngorongoro, Arusha, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 862-03355180

    A section of the western wall of the Gregory Rift (a part of the eastern branch of the Africa's Great Rift Valley) above Lake Manyara,a shallow alkaline lake,which adjoins a national park of the same name. The escarpment drops several hundred feet in sheer cliffs and runs in a north-south straight line as far as the eye can see.

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  • 862-03355168

    A Hadza boy carrying a bow and arrow. The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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    A Datoga woman in traditional attire, which includes beautifully tanned and decorated leather dresses and coiled brass necklaces and ear ornaments.Extensive scarification of the face with raised circular patterns is not uncommon among women and girls.

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    Maasai women sell baskets made of doum palm fronds in a colourful open-air market in northern Tanzania.

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    A Maasai woman carries a baby cot made of doum palm fronds in a colourful open-air market in northern Tanzania.

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  • 862-03355170

    A Hadza hunter wearing the skins of a baboon and genet cat hangs strips of impala meat in a tree to dry in the sun.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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    A Hadza hunter wearing a baboon skin cape straightens a new arrow shaft in his teeth.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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  • 873-06440691

    Street Scene Arusha, Tanzania

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    A Hadza hunter wearing the skins of a baboon and genet cat checks the straightness of a new arrow shaft,fledged with guinea fowl feathers.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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  • 862-03355178

    A close-up of a Datoga young man's brass and leather leg ornaments. His sandals are made of old tyresThe Datoga (known to their Maasai neighbours as the Mang'ati and to the Iraqw as Babaraig) live in northern Tanzania and are primarily pastoralists.

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  • 649-09111540

    Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

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    Lion, Panthera leo, Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania

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    Vulture, Trigonoceps occipitalis, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

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    Elephant, Loxodonta africana, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

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  • 614-09110979

    Portrait of warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus), Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 649-09111542

    Wildebeest, Connochaetes taurinus, Zebra, Equus burchelli, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

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  • 614-09110978

    Herd of wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, Africa

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  • 862-03355203

    Sunset with silhouettes of Doum palms.The Manyara escarpment a western wall of Africa's Great Rift Valley is clearly visible in the background..

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  • 862-03355230

    Maasai men park their bicycles under the shade of an acacia tree before going to a colourful open-air market in northern Tanzania.

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  • 862-03355167

    Sunset with a doum palm (Hyphaene coriacea) silhouetted in water at the northern end of the ephemeral alkaline lake,Eyasi,which lies in a false arm of the Great Rift Valley southeast of the Ngorongoro Highlands.

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  • 862-03355110

    Rich,but friable,volcanic soil surrounds the dormant volcano of Mount Meru (14,980 feet). The grasslands are grazed by livestock belonging to the Wa-Arusha,a maa speaking people related to the Maasai,who also till the land. .

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  • 862-03355174

    A Hadza boy gathers edible berries for his family.The Hadzabe are a thousand-strong community of hunter-gatherers who have lived in the Lake Eyasi basin for centuries. They are one of only four or five societies in the world that still earn a living primarily from wild resources.

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    Vector map of Tanzania with named regions and travel icons

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