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    • Contemporary Traditional Asmat culture,part 1 " Who are the Asmat?" By; David Rojo, date; 1/31/12, Period;4, Culture and geography Source: Mr. Ruben Meza, 2012
    • The Asmat are an indigenous hunter gatherer culture in west Papua, indonesia.
    • West Paua is about 1/2 of a very large island just north of australia in the south pacific ocean.
    • The traditional Asamt are one of the last hunter gatherer cultures in the world.
    • One traditional of the Asamt is the piercing the faces of the septum of the roses.
    • Another traditional of of the Asmat is painting the faces and body for both ceremony and war.
    • Traditional Asmat culture is turly awesome because they still keep there traditional ways of liveing and hunting and even war i wish i had there culture because i like how they have piercings and there faces painted and body. :D!!
    • SADLY THOUGH, DEFORESTATION , COLONIZATION, AND ASSIMILATION, ARE DEEPLY AFFECTING THE'' ASAMT''
    • Irreversibly, this is the ending of one of earth's last traditional hunter gatherer cultures. The modern world is taking over the Asamt.