Elmolo

Introduction

DSC08962.jpgLiving along the desolated coasts of Lake Turkana, the El Molo are the smallest Indigenous Peoples in Kenya, numbering about 300 people. They live on lava rock of the southeast shore of Lake Turkana. Their dwellings resemble igloos, built from what scrub vegetation of the volcanic wasteland has to offer.

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