Dani - West Papua
Dani | Baliem Valley, West Papua | Indonesia, 2010
With a population of approximately 250,000, the Dani (also known as Ndani) are one of the largest ethnic groups of the Baliem Valley region. They speak at least four different languages. Their villages span the highlands of the central mountain range and are often located on mountainsides in the most fertile areas of Papua.
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