Asaro, Mudmen - Papua New Guinea
Asaro, Mudmen | Eastern Highlands | Papua New Guinea, 2010
The Asaro, numbering an estimated 14,000, live in the eastern highlands. Known as the Mudmen, the Asaro are famous for their terrifying look: covering themselves in mud, wearing gruesome masks and brandishing spears.
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