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mursi tribe

The most aggressive tribe in the world is Mursi tribe living in difficult accessible region of Ethiopia, in the valley of the Omo River. It is better to die than to live without killing - is the motto of Mursi men who in fact are all warriors.

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Danakil Desert is one of the most unique places on the planet, according to some sources is the hottest place on Earth. One of the attractions of the desert is the volcano Erta Ale. It’s a Crater volcano that has a lava lake, which over the past few decades has had "passive" eruption.

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Ethiopia

It has long been gone are the days of great geographical discoveries, but in the world there are still places where the traveler can feel like a pioneer, having plunged into the world of primitive tribes and seeing the planet is the same as it was during the early days of mankind. One of these is now the few places on the planet - Ethiopia.

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