National Geographic : 1999 Aug
BLOWPIPE HANDY JUSTIN CASE, a hunter (below) returns to camp after taking down a babui, or bearded pig, with a rifle. The main source of meat for'Penan;nom;ads, pigs have become less plentiful as loggers raze°fruit trees where the animals' forage. After Asik erects a shelterfrom saplings, palm fronds, and rattan (bottom right), the group's children prepare the pig's head for cooking (right). Practicing the Penantradition of sharing, a girl distributes a handful of sweet/angsatfrut (bottom). "They're losing that tradition in the settlements," says; photographer Maria Stenzel. "There's never enough food to go, around:" ni is AE i1 tY T } E Y Y r f ~ .