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Masai dwellings are oval in shape, low roofed and have a skeleton structure made from branches pasted with fresh cow dung which bakes hard under the hot sun. The structural framework is formed of timber poles fixed directly into the ground and interwoven with branches that are plastered with a mix of mud, sticks, grass, cow dung and human urine, and ash. Women do the entire job of building the huts and are also responsible for maintenance especially during wet weather when there may be...
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