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bodiThe Bodi are pastoralists living close to the Omo River in south-western Ethiopia.
The Bodi are of Nilo-Saharan stock and pastoral back ground, although they do cultivate sorghum along the banks of the Omo River. Their culture is very much cattle centered. Similar to the Mursi, livestock plays a significant role in marriage, devotion and name giving rituals. The Bodi classification of cattle is complex, with over eighty words to denote different colors and patterns. The Bodi's dress is simple. The women wear goat skins tied at the waist and shoulder, while men fasten a strip of cotton or bark-cloth around their waist.

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