Sacrificing The Mythun | Tribe | Earth Unplugged
WARNING: Contains graphic content that some viewers might find disturbing. One of the most important rituals for the Adi tribe revolves around sacrificing the mythun and feeding it to the village.
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Former Royal Marine officer and expedition leader Bruce Parry, sheds the trappings of a western existence and lives alongside tribes, such as the forest people of central Gabon, adopting their methods and practices. Taking adventure into a whole new realm, Parry dares to go where other presenters fear to tread: hunting, cooking and eating like a native and even trying the local recreational and ritualistic poisons. He also examines the way in which western influence is encroaching on these remote areas and asks whether this is a good thing.
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