Young Hamer Boys Bring Goats and sheep to Water at Murelle by John Rowe

Young Hamer Boys Bring Goats and sheep to Water at Murelle

Murelle is the most commonly used watering spot for the Hamer and Kara tribes. With its wide gentle slope towards the river, and beach-like shoreline, this area allows for easy accessibility to many animals at one time.

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