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Jungle Gym

This is pretty self-explanatory. A group of Dayak kids from the village of Tae in West Kalimantan climbing up the trunk of an illipe nut tree (see Illipe Nut, Illipe Nut II, and Illipe Nut III) in one of the local tembawangs (see Tembawang). [NOTE: The young man on the left in the brown shirt is Susanto, who worked in the camat's office in Batang Tarang and helped a lot with the research in Tae (thx Susanto)]

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