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In Sudan, each Dinka family shapes their cattle's horns in a different way, so they can look into a sea of animals and know which are theirs.  The horns are cut when the bulls are young so they grow in a specific way. Living in harmony with their cattle, the Dinka people of Sudan have survived years of war only to find their culture on the brink of vanishing forever.   Photo: Angela Fisher & Carol Beckwith

In Sudan, each Dinka family shapes their cattle's horns in a different way, so they can look into a sea of animals and know which are theirs. The horns are cut when the bulls are young so they grow in a specific way. Living in harmony with their cattle, the Dinka people of Sudan have survived years of war only to find their culture on the brink of vanishing forever. Photo: Angela Fisher & Carol Beckwith

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