Visit the Huli tribe

Papua New Guinea

They are the largest indigenous group inhabiting Papua New Guinea. They are famous for their dramatic head gears and beautiful face paintings. They survive by practicing shift farming whereby they leave old worn-out tracts of land to recuperate and move on to virgin lands.

The Huli tribe domesticated animals such as pigs, hens and they also keep dogs for hunting purposes.

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