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A small child plays among the livestock, which is a measure of wealth for the Maasai tribe. They keep goats, sheep and donkeys but cattle are by by far the most valued of their livestock possessions. Maasai believe that all cattle were gifted to them by their God. Virtually all social roles and status derive from the relationship of individuals to their cattle. "I hope your cattle are well" is a common Maasai greeting. Cow's milk and blood are the staple foods of the Masai who eat...
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