Mozambique:
A young Tsonga Khoka (snake dancer) in (then) Portuguese East Africa, 1933.  The dancer wears a python skin with a duiker’s horn on the tip of his tongue to represent a snake’s tongue.
Photo by Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin
Sep 30, 2013 / 38 notes

Mozambique:

A young Tsonga Khoka (snake dancer) in (then) Portuguese East Africa, 1933.  The dancer wears a python skin with a duiker’s horn on the tip of his tongue to represent a snake’s tongue.

Photo by Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin

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