For the Hadza of Tanzania, honey is an essential, concentrated energy source as well as a tasty treat. Foragers like this teenager, Ngosha, find honey by following honey guides, birds that track bees to their tree-trunk nests. Then they light small logs or bundles of brush to make smoke to lull the bees, allowing foragers to get away with the honeycomb. Left image: After a missed shot at wild game, Kapala, a Hadza teenager, pulls out his arrow of an acacia tree.

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For the Hadza of Tanzania, honey is an essential, concentrated energy source as well as a tasty treat. Foragers like this teenager, Ngosha, find honey by following honey guides, birds that track bees to their tree-trunk nests. Then they light small logs or bundles of brush to make smoke to lull the bees, allowing foragers to get away with the honeycomb. Left image: After a missed shot at wild game, Kapala, a Hadza teenager, pulls out his arrow of an acacia tree.


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