9. Seedlings in the Corner of the Camp

The seeds, which move through the human digestive tract and become ready for germination, are excreted from the body. Looking at the neighborhood of the camp, one sees many plants growing out of human waste, in places with a lot of sunlight and rich soil nutriments. In our modern life, wastes such as garbage are something that must be eliminated from our lives. Here, they contribute to reproducing resources.

Seedling in the corner of the camp

A world where forests and people coexist:
Mbuti Pygmies of the Ituri Forest, Central Africa

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