Lucy, the famous Australopithecus discovered in Ethiopia in 1974, gave Hans Silvester the desire to explore the cradle of humanity. He made his first trip to Ethiopia in 2002 and met with the peoples of the Omo Valley, a region covering 60,000km2.
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