Mundurucú HeadhuntersApril 3, 2019
The Haida & Kwakiutl Indians
The Haida and Kwakiutl Indians use depictions of animals as symbols of their clans, tribe and family. They are painted or carved onto houses, totem poles and canoes, and the Haida Indians once tattooed these on their bodies. Of all creatures the Thunderbird is the most powerful. Only the Killer Whale can withstand the Thunderbird and when they battle, the earth trembles and tidal waves plague the land.
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