Photo courtesy of Chester Cain.
ACM Tanzania, Fall 2009
An ACM Tanzania student tries using a bow after a morning hunting with a group of Hadza men and boys. The Hadzabe are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer groups in the world, which is how humanity survived for hundreds of thousands of years. Studying the lifeways of the Hadzabe has helped researchers better understand the early archaeological sites in Tanzania and throughout the world.