Alberto Angela - Viviano Domenici - Sergio Manzoni
The Hadza are one of the last surviving groups of hunter-gathers in Africa.
They living along the shores of Lake Eyasi (Tanzania), hunting animals and gathering fruit, berris, tubers and honey.
Moving around in small nomadic groups, they build igloo-shaped huts. Like the Kalahari bushmen, they are gradually being accultured and the 800 remaining members of the tribe are in danger of extinction.
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