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Children of the Forest By Ryan Willis Anth 1200 Sect007 Mar9 1999 Children of the Forest is a narrative written by Kevin Duffy This book is a written testament of an anthropologists everyday dealings with an African tribe by the name of the Mbuti Pygmies My purpose in this paper is to inform the reader of Kevin Duffys findings while in the Ituri rainforest Kevin Duffy is one of the first and only scientists to have ever been in close contact with the Mbuti If an Mbuti tribesman does not want to be found they simply wont be The forest in which the Mbuti reside in are simply to dense and dangerous for humans not familiar with the area to enter Without them he would simply be wandering aimlessly in the forest It was very important for Kevin Duffy to win the respect of the tribe when he arrived The Mbuti are one of the most fascinating of all the uncivilized peoples of the world This tribe inhabits equatorial Africa near the city of Kisangani in Zaire in the Ituri rainforest The Mbuti being the smallest people on earth live in the most inaccessible place on earth An Mbuti tribe is almost impossible to find in such a dense forest The tribes men and women are only about four and a half foot tall yet they navigate though rich and dense forestry daily in the search for meat and fruit The Mbuti greatly acknowledge their beloved forest as the supplier of all their worldly needs and possessions The forest supplies them with food clothing shelter and to them affection The Mbuti treat the forest as their parents and see themselves as its children They often sing to it in times joy and pray to
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