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A Maasai with his cattle, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
These colourful tribals are as much a draw in the National Parks as the wild animals. They have been living in wild as pastoral nomads since centuries and following ancient rituals and means of livelihood. However they have been forcibly evicted from some of the National Parks notably Serengeti. There was no proper rehabilitation as the only thing they know is cattle rearing and living in the wild. Some of them have adjusted to the crowded city life working as night watchmen while other have taken to poaching for rich animal goods traders.