Be Grateful to God: Take a Look at 20 Photos Of This Tribe Living in Abject Poverty With Little Hope
Korowai residents, also called “Kolufo,” have a total population of 3000 in a nation very close to the border with Papua New Guinea, in southwestern Papua.
The Korowai languages are also part of the southern Papua family Awyu-Dumut and even the trans new Guinea phylum.
This is also mentioned as living in remote areas, but the BBC also showed that the Korowais have main reasons for building such tree homes, and this is despite the programmers who did not live outside of the country.
High stilt house in Korowa, across water, threatens rival clans by capturing citizens, mainly women and children for slavery and so-called cannibalism. The house of Korowa is a defended tower.
Here are more pictures of them:
The height and the thickness of the ironwood stilt, in which people smoked off the hut, also work as protection against incense.