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Copy of Venn Diagram

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Aileen Park

on 22 March 2015

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Comparing & Contrasting Lifestyles
Tribe's Lifestyle
We purchase or buy utensils we need from shops. In cities, food is plentiful and we
buy food from markets.
By: Aileen.P
There are approximately 50 million different tribes all over the world, living and relying on the sources provided by rainforests.
The tribes collect fruit, build houses, hunt animals and catch fish from rivers for their survival in the rainforest.
From the native tribes, we can learn about their medicine and how they treat severe wound and diseases. Biologists and scientists may gather more knowledge and information about the rainforest and it's
ecosystem from native tribes.
Our Lifestyle
In contrast to the tribes that live in rainforests, we live in houses.

The world's rainforests are home to many tribal people. However, most of the native tribes have been destroyed or are ''endangered'' due to deforestation and loss of many rainforests. Unfortunately, the indigenous people's land are being taken away, the freedom and their rights in their environment are disrespected and some people do not even know the existence of the tribes.
Not only are the forests diminishing for the tribe's home, they are also losing their next generation of their future in order to pass the cultural knowledge and their great, extended histories.
In rural and urban areas, most of the children attend a school for their education. Usually, a class consists of a teacher and students.
We have different kinds of shops for food, clothes and stationery.
Most of the world's population use cars, buses, ships, trains and airplanes for transportation. These vehicles can be used for short or long distances of transporting people or goods.

In the urban and remote areas, they have qualified doctors and nurses in hospitals. With various different kinds of specialists, such as, dentistry, optometry, surgery, podiatry and psychology.

From the native tribes, we can learn about their medicine and how they treat severe wound and diseases. Biologists and scientists may gather more knowledge and information about the rainforest and it's
ecosystem from native tribes.
Living in a rainforest and finding an accommodation may be difficult for a city-dweller, but not for a native tribe. The Kombai tribe live in houses on very lofty stilts so they do not get wet. These people use palm leaves, mud and wood to make them. The Kombai tribe may also live in tree houses. There may be some difficulties to sleep in the tree houses because they are made out of hard wood, so they usually do not sleep in tree houses.
Most children do not attend schools like other students do from the urban area. However, those children learn about the nature and the environment of the rainforest and what natural resources from the forest is useful.
Indigenous people usually hunt, gather fruits and nuts and catch fish, but besides that they plant trees for other varieties of food and medicine. The tribes use cultivation to farm crops ad trees effectively. However in some cases, the soil may become poor and unable to be used for future agricultural practices.
Some of the people or the tribes who live in the rainforest, utilised western goods, such as, metal pots, pans and cutlery. In fact, some tribes visit to towns and cities frequently to feed them food and other required necessities for their survival. The indigenous people organise their daily routine of their lives differently from ours. Their food, clothing, medicines and other equipments may mostly be found in the rainforest.
Some native tribes use the same equipments and even wear the same clothes as us.
The way we entertain ourselves and the way the tribe entertain themselves is quite similar. We dance and listen to music and this is what the indigenous people do to.
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