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1350-1870 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1868 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1858 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-686 - A Hybomitra affinis, horse fly. Horse flies are often large and agile in flight, and the females bite animals, including humans, to obtain blood. They prefer to fly in sunlight, avoiding dark and shady areas, and are inactive at night.
1350-297 - Arctic Tern (Sterna paradisaea) on Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Arctic Terns nest commonly in Northern Manitoba, Nunavut, and the Northwest territories. They defend their nests and young very aggressively against all predators and threats including humans.
1350-1869 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1863 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1864 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1867 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-290 - Arctic Tern (Sterna paradisaea) on Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Arctic Terns nest commonly in Northern Manitoba, Nunavut, and the Northwest territories. They defend their nests and young very aggressively against all predators and threats including humans.
1348-117 - Cowpox virus, used for the preparaton of a smallpox vaccine (TEM). Electron micrograph of a Vaccinia Virus. Vaccinia virus is normally confined to cattle, but is conveyed to humans through vaccination, thereby, imparting immunity to the smallpox virus
1348-116 - Electron micrograph of the Marburg virus. Marburg virus, first recognized in 1967, causes a sever type of hemorrhagic fever, which affects humans, as well as non-human primates.