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When a poacher becomes an eco-guide

In 2007, the village of Tanongou in Benin, became an eco-village. Since that time, the life of Kevin has changed. Kevin is 31. On each side of his face, there is a scar – the mark of his tribe, the Gourmantché. “It is a way to say that we are from this land and that we are different from the others.”

Cliquez http://patriciafloric.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/when-a-poacher-becomes-an-eco-guide

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