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Deutsch: Tanz der Massai: Nach dem Volksglauben kann man umso mehr Frauen heiraten, je höher man springen kann.
English: Masai Dance. Maasai Mara Reserve,Kenya. The higher you jump the more women you can marry...
Date 2007-09-11 (original upload date)
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Author Dmitri markine
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