Around 10 000 Bayaka pygmies live in the Lobaye region, on either side of the border separating the Central African Republic and the Congo. 

Pygmies driven out the jungle by deforestation or attracted by the mirages of the modern world, have built thier round huts near rectangular wooden houses in villages, outside the forest.  (image by Olivier Blaise)
Around 10 000 Bayaka pygmies live in the Lobaye region, on either side of the border separating the Central African Republic and the Congo. Pygmies driven out the jungle by deforestation or attracted by the mirages of the modern world, have built thier round huts near rectangular wooden houses in villages, outside the forest.
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