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While out there in the bush and far away from any source of fire, Maasai men will make fire by rubbing two pieces of wood together. Once smoke starts coming out due to the friction created by rubbing the two sticks together, they sprinkle some fine donkey dung on the small hole and turn it into ember after blowing into the hole gently.

While out there in the bush and far away from any source of fire, Maasai men will make fire by rubbing two pieces of wood together. Once smoke starts coming out due to the friction created by rubbing the two sticks together, they sprinkle some fine donkey dung on the small hole and turn it into ember after blowing into the hole gently.

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