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What happened to the Papuans pygmoid the expedition Gaisseau-Delloye was discovered in 1960? Thirty years later, Arnoult Seveau and Luc-Henri Fage are the first to make the same crossing from south to north of the Indonesian New Guinea. In french. NEW BOOK.

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What happened to the Papuans pygmoid the expedition Gaisseau-Delloye was discovered in 1960?
Thirty years later, Arnoult Seveau and Luc-Henri Fage are the first to make the same crossing from south to north of the Indonesian New Guinea. Escaping the supervision of the military, without outside support, they work to meet the forbidden mountain. A thousand miles very trying, through uncontrolled territories inhabited by Papuans tailors fascinating stone axes.
A mysterious bottle buried 3700 m altitude, intractable primary forests clinging to the clouds, nomadic cannibals is said, a bamboo raft, shipwreck, snakes and larvae to survive ...
Luc-Henri Arnoult and we offer a warm and passionate ode to nature and to the men who live outside of time, the last unexplored lands on the planet.
Far from the sterile exploit their trip was led as a major investigation. Their story is a precious testimony of these extraordinary tribes whose culture is threatened by the simultaneous pressure of the missionaries and the Indonesian government.
It is the Papuans, the great "little men" of the mountains, the ultimate custodians of memory mists that A. Seveau and L.-H. Fage dedicate their adventure ...



NEW BOOK. In french.

Luc-Henri Fage, Arnoult Seveau

Format 16 x 23 cm. Softcover, color cover, 304 pages of text plus 24 pages of color photos. Albin Michel, Canal +

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La Mémoire des Brumes

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What happened to the Papuans pygmoid the expedition Gaisseau-Delloye was discovered in 1960? Thirty years later, Arnoult Seveau and Luc-Henri Fage are the first to make the same crossing from south to north of the Indonesian New Guinea. In french. NEW BOOK.

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