National Geographic : 1959 Aug
Mada Tribesmen, Who Dance as Gods, Mask Their Faces in Sisal Cowls The Mada, neighbors of the Kaleri, may sacrifice goats or chickens during pagan cere monies. Performer at left wears a monkey-fur shako. Pompons of dyed cotton dangle 234 from his neck. To shoo away flies, the men carry horsetail whisks.