In the Faroe Islands, locals collect a traditional delicacy Fulmar eggs from high cliffs.
In Ethiopia’s Gheralta mountain villagers climb sheer cliffs for a baptism.
In Brazil, indigenous peoples use a natural plant toxin to paralyze hundreds of fish.
The Nenet people of Siberia migrate 500 miles across the ice with their reindeer herds.
In Vanuatu islanders depend on fishing to provide them with food from the sea.
In Australia Aboriginal peoples risk their lives collecting saltwater crocodile eggs.
In Nepal herders bring their yaks down one of the steepest mountain passes in the region.
Collecting mussels from caves beneath the sea ice in the Canadian Arctic.
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