The banks of the Omo River in Ethiopia are rich in iron ore deposits and provide a local source of ocher pigment for body painting. Pastoralists by tradition, the Karo people traverse the river daily in dugout canoes to cultivate crops of maize and millet, which supplement their milk diet. 1988

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