The last of the first
The Hadzabe are a small tribe in the south of Tanzania and some of the last remaining hunter-gatherers in the world. The life they lead has been passed on through generations, based on a deep respect for nature. Adapting to the ebb and flow of the seasons, the Hadzabe rely on multiple survival techniques developed over millenia. Hadzabe women typically gather in groups, often accompanied by a male, and forage for fruits (essentially from the baobabs), berries, tubers (thick potato-like roots) and honey.