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KUNA INDIANS - text by Sherry Thorup The Kuna Indians are a strongly-knit tribal society living on a chain of islands called San Blas Archipelago, on the Atlantic side of the Republic of Panama.
Believed to be decendents of the Caribs, the Kuna Indians tribe still live in much the same manner as their ancestors.
The Kuna have a matriachal society in which the line of inheritance passes through the women.
Because of the intensity of the sun in Central America, the albino men are not able to do the work expected of a Kuna man.
In order to contribute to their community, they assume duties traditionally assigned to the women, including mola-making.
it was fashioned of pebbles, pieces of bone, seeds, and sea shells which the Indians colored with homemade dyes.
The brightly colored beads and varied designs of the modern-day chaquiras reflect the Indian's present-day ability to buy beads of whatever shape, size, or color needed.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that, within a month, it will list two lion subspecies under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), effectively making it next to impossible for sportsmen conducting otherwise legal hunts in Africa and India to bring their trophies home.