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Sing-Sings For Love In the Papua New Guinean jungle, there is a tribe that paint their bodies and wear feathers to impress the women. They are called the sing-sings, and they are supposed to imitate the mating rituals of male birds.

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Mount Hagen, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea © Mark Robinson

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"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

Mount Hagen Cultural Show

Mount+Hagen+Cultural+Show

"Unity in diversity" is PNG’s motto, and Mount Hagen takes it seriously. See diversity in practice—and in feathers, mud and masks—at this gathering of the tribes.


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