Human Odyssey: A World of Extremes

In the far corners of the world, there are still people who live a nomadic existence.
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In the far corners of the world, there are still people who live a nomadic existence.

In the far corners of the world, there are still people who live a nomadic existence. In these three interactive worlds, you can follow them as they go about their daily lives. Become a diver living in a floating village in the Philippines, where the Badjao hunt and gather their food underwater. Follow a Bushman in the Kalahari Desert and see how these desert nomads manage to find food and water in this extreme hot and arid environment. Then journey to the north and visit the Chukchi who herd reindeer on the Arctic tundra. Click on icons along the way for more information, videos, and photos.

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