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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Best Photos of 2019

In northwestern Colombia, hunters have long employed their own form of camouflage: masks made of broad, sturdy leaves known as “hojancha.” These masks are used in order to sneak up on turtles and other game animals such as wading and migratory birds. Hunting is still a vital activity for subsistence farmers in the region.

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