National Geographic : 1965 Feb
Head shaved, a Masai woman at Olduvai shakes a gourd of cow's blood and milk the staple diet of the tribal elders. Masai Spearmen Drive Cattle Across a Road Near Olduvai Gorge Proud Masai amass cattle as investors col lect stocks and bonds. Herds spill over onto the grazing lands of African wildlife. Masai cattle, pouring down into Olduvai Gorge for water in 1963, trampled into pieces a very early hominid skull. The Leakeys, still fit ting the fragments back together, consider the skull one of their most significant finds. 217 AND BARONHUGOVAN LAWICK © N.G .S .