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    At the end of their pregnancy eleven months later, women lay eggs which are incubated in different ways because tribes are very far from others. However, clans do exist and have different cultures, traditions, and beliefs. One of the tribes build little huts where they make fire that burns for twenty-four hours until a baby is hatched. Another tribe buries the eggs in the ground and keeps watch day and night. The tribes do differ in the way they hatch. One other tribe does it in the nearby huge lake. Birds do not lay eggs and sit on the eggs are hatched. They give birth to their young and breastfeed them until they are independent. Men have pouches like kangaroos in Australia which are used as bags or sacks to carry stuff. These tribes have a few things in common. They all have fur on their bodies which illuminate according to their moods. These are very peaceful tribes. When they fight, the intention is to punish and make the other realise who the boss is. They die from illness, accidents, and old age. When a person dies, the illumination of the fur or hair on their body dies. This is the only sure way here to know that it is death.

    Detalhes do Produto

      • Ano de Edição: 2013
      • Ano:  2018
      • País de Produção: Canada
      • Código de Barras:  2020101604608
      • ISBN:  9781483669496

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