The everyday life of a Baka family in the forests of Cameroon is examinedand found to be remarkably similar to life in modern society. Few people have the knowledge and ingenuity to survive in this difficult environment. The Baka have an extraordinary knowledge of the forest, but it is their personality, enriched by the forest itself, that makes the Baka even more remarkable
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