What do maasai do with there cattle?
I think they like poke a hole in their stomach or something and drink their blood with their milk. I'm not sure if this is correct, but I do know that some kind of African tribe or whatever does that. Hope this helps! x
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they drink their blood, mmixed with their milk.
The Maasai are a nilotic Ethnic tribe that live in Kenya and Northern Tanzania. They wear brightly dressed clothes especially red. They only eat milk, meat and cattle blood. T…hey are a very traditional group and are a tourist attraction. The woman make jewelery [beaded] like bracelets, necklaces and head wear. They are farmers as they farm cattle! The live in small huts made from mud,sticks,grass,dung,human urine, and ash. ---------------------------------------- The Maasai are a group of people who live in Kenya and Tanzania. They are a primitive people that roam throughout the country, but more recently are looking for a place to call home. To read about one woman's account of visiting and living with a tribe in Tanzania, please visit: http://hubpages.com/hub/MaasaiVisit they are one of the famous tribes in Kenya and are always moving from one area to another. the build there houses and it's called maasai manyata
Maasai children generally herd the animals all day.. A good article about their ways of life can be found at:. http://hubpages.com/hub/MaasaiVisit
Drapes of cloth and blankets. Usually, they are red.
maasai mara is a wildlife sanctuary
Maasai women have no rights. They are generally married off betweenthe ages of 11 and 13, and she is not educated and must workextremely hard just to survive.
yes the maasai do farm
Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania
They hunt lions and other wild Kenya animals
The Maasai have quite a lot of uses from their cattle. 1)They can use their cattle's blood(mixed with milk) for drinking purposes.. 2)They can use their meat for food.. 3)T…hey can get milk from their cattle for drinking purposes.. 4)And the can also use cow dung to plaster houses..
Cattle is so important to the Maasai because the maasai people get most of there food from the cattle
it is a small village made up of 20 to 50 huts, in which 10 to 20 families live. It is surrounded by a thick thorn hedge to keep out dangerous animals such as lions, leopards …and hyenas.
The Maasai do not accumulate money; they hold their cattle in such high regard that the cattle themselves are seen as a measure of a man's wealth. Any man who has at least 50 …cattle would be seen as being wealthy.