The last of Africa's hunter-gatherers. The men of the Hadzabe tribe smoke up big before taking us on a day of hunting baboon, buffalo, antelope and birds with home-made bows and arrows. The Hadzabe live a life unchanged. They've been unencumbered by the outside world, for 10,000 years. Their language, rhythmic and punctuated by clicks, is believed to be the oldest still spoken.
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