- Bambuti. or Mbuti. A number of Pygmy peoples of the Ituri Forest of eastern Congo (Kinshasa).
- From subsistence to market: A case study of the mbuti net hunters
- some net-hunting Mbuti, a nomadic society of the Ituri Forest of Zaire.
- The Mbuti of Zaire
- The Mbuti population lives in the Ituri Forest, a tropical rainforest covering range of animals, birds, and insects which become a food source for the Mbuti.
- The Forest People
- The Mbuti Pygmies are semi-nomadic, living in a series of camps consisting of quickly built houses, which are effective shelters for a number of months.
- Harga Ikan Bandeng Anjlok
- Memang kalau lagi musim begitu. kalau bandeng susah dapatnya, harga naik lagi," ujar Irwan, nelayan pantai Mbuti, Merauke, Papua, Selasa (9/8/2011).
- Mbuti people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Mbuti or Bambuti are one of several indigenous pygmy groups in the Congo region of Africa.
- The Mbuti of Zaire
- The Mbuti population lives in the Ituri Forest, a tropical rainforest covering about 70000 km2 of the north/northeast portion of Zaire.
- Mbuti - Peaceful Societies
- Beliefs that Foster Peacefulness. The Mbuti view their forest as a sacred, peaceful place to live—they constantly refer to it with not only reverence but adoration.
- Mbuti Pygmies, Who Rules the Forest? – National Geographic
- Mbuti Pygmies, Who Rules the Forest? - The Mbuti Pygmies of Congo's Ituri forest have survived a brutal civil war and chaotic aftermath.
- The Mbuti of Zaire | Cultural Survival
- Exchange relations between Mbuti and villagers are not rigidly defined; there are no fixed terms of trade.
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