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Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Digging Together

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Getting Eggs

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Man in Boat

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Smiling Tolai Man

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

The red-stained teeth and lips is from the betel nut, or buai, which grows in these tropical climates and is chewed as a part of everyday life. Betel nut has a mild stimulant effect and in addition to reasons of tradition locals chew it for stress reduction, heightened awareness, and suppression of hunger.

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Digging for Eggs

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Smoking Volcano

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Tribale Pipe

Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Dancing Boy

Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Kids Playing

The Tolai people live in the Village of Matupit, near the city of Rabual, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Matupit is at the base of Mt. Tavurvur an active volcano which destroyed much of the city of Rabual along with Vulcan, it’s sister volcano, in 1994. Matupit was spared due to the prevailing winds.

Every mourning the Tolai men paddle dug-out canoes over to the base of the volcano to harvest the eggs of the Megapode which likes to bury its eggs in the warm volcanic ash.

The eggs are sold buy the women in the Rabual market for 2.50 Kina a piece. There has been a sustainable harvest of the Megapode eggs for generations and it will continue for as long as the volcano allows. This is a valuable source of income and protein for the Tolai people.

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Tribal Dancing

Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Dancing Man

Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Tribal Dance

Various tribes and people groups performing at the Independence Day celebration Sing-Sing in the Town of Nabo, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Two Kol People

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Kol Boy in Light

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Woman and Child

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Kol Man

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Peek-a-boo

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Sitting on Shoulders

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

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Smiling Man

The Kol people of the Pomio District, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, in and around the village of Tuke. Portraits of the Kol people.

The red-stained teeth and lips is from the betel nut, or buai, which grows in these tropical climates and is chewed as a part of everyday life. Betel nut has a mild stimulant effect and in addition to reasons of tradition locals chew it for stress reduction, heightened awareness, and suppression of hunger.

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