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A mile to the westward, zebra herds moved steadily along the skyline. When the
rain thickened, the pups tumbled down into their den, and the adults gathered in
a pile of matted black and brindle hair to shed the huge tropical downpour.
In the distance, zebras yelped like dogs, and the dogs chittered quietly like birds
as they loped along. As the sun rose out of the Gol Mountains, they faked an
attack on a string of wildebeest and moved on. A mile and a half east of the den,
Dafi and Ginawi eat zebra skin after burning off the hair, and put aside strips of
the thick hide to be used for the soles of sandals, which most though not all of the
hunters have adopted. They are joined by a Hadza with oriental eyes, high ...
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Lovely prose, absolutely gorgeous words. Why did I have to stumble over this? Why did no one ever say to me, "Hey, you read all that nature stuff, there's this guy you positively have to read!" I ... Read full review