The Real Hunger Games: Peru’s Wachiperi Use Arrows To Nab Dinner

The Real Hunger Games: Peru’s Wachiperi Use Arrows To Nab Dinner

By Nadia Whitehead

But their archery traditions are changing. They lay off endangered animals. And the women in the community are eager to take lessons so they don’t have to depend on the men for a main course.

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