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The Asmat New Guinea/Irian Jaya Oceania
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania. New Guinea in relation to Australia.
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania. The different Asmat regions.
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**Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania, Sago palm
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania, Sago beetle grubs
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania, dugout travelling through swamp woods at high tide, The foreigner in the canoe is Adrian Gerbrands, anthropologist.
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania. Asmat village.
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**Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania. Decorated ‘ancestor’ skull.
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**Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania. Asmat men with dog. The man on the left is wearing a decorated skull around his neck.
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Asmat, New Guinea/Irian Jaya, Oceania, Cassowary, A cassowary's three- toed feet have sharp claws . The second toe, the inner one in the medial position, sports a dagger -like claw that is 125 millimetres (5 in) long. This claw is particularly fearsome since cassowaries sometimes kick humans and animals with their enormously powerful
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course ART HIST 250 taught by Professor Brett-smith during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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