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Maasai:

see MasaiMasai
or Maasai
, a largely nomadic pastoral people of E Africa, chiefly in Kenya and Tanzania. Cattle and sheep form the basis of the economy that they have maintained in resistance to cultural change. The Masai live off the milk, blood, and meat of their livestock.
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Within the Kenyan setting, members of the audience have learnt to attach some colours of costumes to some communities for example the Masaai are usually in red, the Agikuyu in soft brown, Pokot in black, etc.
Today Kenya is known for its safaris butifyoudonothavetimetodoa flying package to the Masaai Mara then exploring the Nairobi National Park is a great option.
50pm) Without a doubt the most ambitious live wildlife series to date, this show sees Richard Hammond, left, reporting from the Masaai Mara while Julia Bradbury co-presents from Minnesota.
From baby elephants in Kenya, black bears in Minnesota, macaque monkeys in Sri Lanka, meerkats in South Africa, grey whales in the Pacific to the lions of the Masaai Mara.
From baby elephants in Kenya, black bears in Minnesota, macaques in Sri Lanka, meerkats in South Africa, grey whales in the Pacific to the lions of the Masaai Mara, all manner of young wild creatures are fighting for survival.
Now a Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) grant of pounds 12,400 will allow the pupils to plan a project for two solar wind generators at two Masaai primary schools.
2002) Masaai Social economic conditions: cross boarder comparisons.
I do not recall the names of the other three, but I do remember that they were not local Masaai and were in no sense familiar with the area, so they could not have had foreknowledge of the deposit.
It's not overrun by cars, yet it boasts about 30,000 zebra, 25,000 wildebeest, 5,000 elephant, 5,000 buffalo, 5,000 eland, 2,500 Masaai giraffe, as well as harder-to-spot species like the fringe-eared oryx, lesser kudu (a forest antelope) and the dik dik (a pint-sized species of antelope).
Previous campaigns have resulted in the building of a school in Kenya and the installation of a water pipeline in a remote Masaai village.
Masaai protested in vain in 2004 for the restoration of their land.
Masaai protesters in court shouted in outrage as the judgment was read.