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Samburu Chanting – Samburu National Reserve, Kenya

Samburu Chanting – Samburu National Reserve, Kenya2Samburu Chanting – Samburu National Reserve, Kenya

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Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Africa

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Richard Knapp


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The Samburu people of northern Kenya live pastoral lives in semi-nomadic small villages in Samburu National Park. Samburu women provide for their families by selling crafts such as beaded jewelry, and the men are herders and hunters. Their survival depends on their livestock, so they almost never slaughter their animals for meat. Their primary foods are goat’s milk, cow’s blood and grains. Samburu chants have a wide variety of messages, including pride, joy and family.

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Samburu National Reserve, Kenya