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DVDs:Adventure and Exploration:Eating with Cannibals DVD-R


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Eating with Cannibals DVD-R

$19.95 Sale Price:   $10.99

Price: $19.95 Sale Price:   $10.99

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National Geographic joins author and explorer Piers Gibbon as he investigates one of mankind’s ultimate taboos: cannibalism. Gibbon treks into the rain forest of Papua New Guinea to find tribe members who ate human flesh. And he meets members of the once-feared Biami tribe to witness their ritual techniques.

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  • 1 disc; 45 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • TV-14
  • © 2011

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Not a scholary look at cannibalism

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      Anecdotal accounts of cannibalism from days gone by without an in-depth anthropological explanation, is not very enlightening.

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