The Waorani traditionally lived as semi-nomadic hunter gatherers and defended the largest indigenous territory in the Ecuadorian Amazon for centuries from other indigenous nations, Spanish conquistadores, rubber tappers and oil companies until the 1960s. The Waorani are regarded as incredible hunters and fierce warriors who have a profound knowledge of and connection to the forest.⠀
You can learn more about the Waorani and our partnership by visiting https://buff.ly/2GzGgwV.⠀
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Ecuador is on my bucket list. I can’t wait to see this gold mask in the museum. (The mask that’s my picture)
Great, nice to see people in our original being, we all started from there. We are all originated from Africa. Some people don’t want to believe it. Go and study some Antropology in university, engine can educate themselves about our origin.
Will thank you. It is so important we can be who we are and can live the life we are born for. If we did not want it. We could leave it. We got to respect Natura and our NATURE ALLY TIE MY WORD. @julespicturepalace