Ethiopia’s Omo Valley | Africa’s Last Frontier, National Geographic Magazine: Drinking Cow’s Blood

Cow blood, milk, and sorghum keep people alive. The Nyangatom or Bume are pastoralists who keep their livestock in boma-like, thorn-fenced corrals.  They shoot their cows with an arrow and collect the blood which they sometimes mix with milk. It is a major source of protein in the Omo River Valley in Ethiopia.

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