INDONESIA: Fishes from Molluccas Islands

By Heiko Bleher
The first one on the right was an Asmat tribe village, which must be the most western distribution of the once head-trophy-hunting tribe, and the one on our left belonged to the Kamoro, natives of the Timika area. It took almost two hours until we reached the open Sea: here we could see several giant Ocean freighters waiting to dock on Freeport’s own filling terminal to be loaded with copper and gold…
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