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BC: 1) The African forest elephant was a subspecies. 2)In December 2000 formed the environmental ministers in Camerun, Central African Republic and Congo, a united migration corridor for the elephants, where they can walk hence and forth over the borders between the countries.


1: they traveled in caravans for mutual protection. some traders were mounted on horseback and wore chain mail. | But the actual transport for merchandise appears to have been accomplished primarily by head carrying, although donkeys were sometimes used.

3: GBaya Language The GBaya, they speak a language of the Adamawa- Ubangi subgroup of the Niger-Congo language family that is related to those of their Banda and Ngbandi neighbors. it is spoken in Central African Republic, and eastern Cameroon. GBaya is an important regional language; 27 percent of the Central African Republic's population speak GBaya. it is also and official media (radio) language of eastern Cameroon.

5: FOOD! with the GBaya they would find food by killing animals i mean a lot, a lot of tribe people do that and this is one of them! as you can see the food they ate was seed things down there at the bottom right corner and at the top right corner they ate berries a lot no matter what berries they were except for of course poison ones. and then in the middle on the left they ate garlic or onion type things.

7: GEOGRAPHY The Central African republic is a land-locked nation within the interior of the African continent. It is bordered by the countries of Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of Congo. Most of the country consists of flat, or rolling plateau savanna, typically about 1'640 feet above sea level, of which most of the northern half lies within the World Wildlife Fund's East Sudanian savanna ecoregion.

9: CLOTHING/DRESSING The GBayas as you can see weren't the wealthiest people so they had to make there own clothes that is why they don't look like the coolest clothes they are kind of torn and stuff.

11: RELIGION Islam is the main religion in the north and the rest of the country has an equal number of Christians and animist believers. Many Christians still believe in animist practices. there are several ethnic groups in the country who have there own religions making Central African Republic a country of multiple religious practices.

13: ART there art was very unique and colorful. The most common forms of sculpture center around representations of Seto and Nabo. often they are potrayed with a heavy ridge of scars which bisect the forehead vertically. The Ngbaka also carve several types of masks and numerous utilitarian objects.

15: ENTERTAINMENT The GBaya were traditionally a semi-nomadic people who traveled in small hunting bands. Legend tells us that only in relatively recent times did they take up farming and begin to make permanent settlements.in their hunting,traveling and fighting they carried little except basic necessities like tools, cooking utensils, and weapons.

17: POLITICS/GOVERNMENT A country of Central Africa. Part of French Equatorial Africa after the 1890s, it became independent in 1960. In 1966 Col. Jean-Bédel Bokassa overthrew the government and later declared himself emperor, and from 1976 to 1979 the country was called the Central African Empire. Following further political instability in the 1980s, a civilian government was restored in 1993. Bangui is the capital and the largest city. Population: 4,370,000.

19: ATHLETICS these GBaya people for athletics they play and have fun especially the kids. but the men and women work and trade so that would be the men and womens athletics. the women usually do most of the trading or selling foods and cook the food. and the men usually go out hunting for food or do man stuff.

21: INVENTIONS Most of the inventions the GBaya made are very cool like the ones in the pictures like on the drum thing they made out of metal plastic iron wood a lot of things on these sculptures. or on the statue thing i think it is made entirely out of metal.

23: METHOD OF WRITING The GBaya wrote this letter to Jesus because they were Catholic and this is there method of writing. They had some English words but the rest are different such as the English words i could pronounce is Santa Maria.

25: Attractions/Architecture Houses are made from unbaked mud brick,built by the owner, their kin, and friends. The organization of the houses varies according to the traditions of the ethnic groups. The architectural form is simple, and the house is basically a succession of rooms.

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