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Bambuti. or Mbuti. A number of Pygmy peoples of the Ituri Forest of eastern Congo (Kinshasa).

Mbuti is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Mbuti books and related discussion.

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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.
Population Pressure and Subsistence Strategies among the Mbuti

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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).

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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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