Elephantiasis is crippling his hands and feet, but this predatory
Guaycuru Indian of the Gran Chaco, whose jaguar skin helmet
attests his prowess in the chase, can still draw a three-foot
arrow to its head on his powerful bow
Macusi mothers carry their babies in front of them in a sling fastened
over the right shoulder. Burdens connected with their work in the
fields they bear on their backs, suspended by a broad band over the head.
All the manual labour is done by these patient creatures