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Fig. 8 | Pastoralism

Fig. 8

From: Nomad aesthetic: Cattle modifications among the northern Turkana of north west Kenya

Fig. 8

a Head of a favourite-ox showing a flap of hanging skin in the chin area. b Detail of rock art depicting an ox with a similar hanging skin modification, Aïr Mountains, Niger, approx 3000 BC. (David Coulson, Trust for African Rock Art). c Three cattle showing dewlaps with hanging skin flaps of various length, Lokwnamoru. d Rock engraving showing a cow with similar hanging skin flaps from dewlap, Aïr Mountains, Niger, approx 3000 BC (David Coulson, Trust for African Rock Art)

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