Source: Kapa haka. (Encyclopædia Britannica, 2019).
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Henryhbk. (2009). A performance by the Kahurangi Maori Dance group. [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Maori_dancers.jpg
A traditional Maori dance
West New Guinea (West Irian)
Here is a close-up view of Papuans of the mountain areas.
Villagers of Okau in Wely Municipality meet with Francisco LUKTUN (in white shirt), Magistrate of Weloy, and Francis DEFNGIN (left corner) (USA), Assistant Anthropologist of Yap District. The large doughnut-shaped stone money is a mark of village prestige.
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