Out of Eden Walk

“Out of Eden Walk”

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Blog post #10

The Journey, Milestone 2: Afar Badlands

  • While exploring this walk, I really enjoyed looking at the pictures of what it looked like, watching the video and reading all of the information to learn new things!
  • One of the people that I learned about while going on this walk was Ali Dille. Ali is the district manager in Hadar Wareda. He states that 2 of the most famous scientists live in Wareda
  • Below is a link to the video that shows you around the place
  • https://www.nationalgeographic.org/projects/out-of-eden-walk/milestones/2013-01-milestone-2-afar-badlands#glances

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“Every hundred miles Paul Salopek pauses to record the landscape and a person he meets, assembling a global snapshot of human kind” (national geographic.org)

Chapter 1: Out Of Africa, Baby Steps

  • While exploring the second walk through the “Out Of Eden Walk” called “Baby Steps I enjoyed reading through the stories, and browsing through all of the pictures

  • Alema the guide leads as we pass a camel herd in the Afar region

  • Loading up for the trek from Bouri village to the Ethiopia-Dijbouti border

  • Middle Stone¬†Age point, Afar region,¬†Ethiopia

Chapter 1: Out Of Africa, New World

  • Reading through this story that was posted has really given me the idea of how everyone lived their life back then. It seemed that people really struggled to make ends meet, and they also had to travel by foot

  • The camels observe their competition, Afar Triangle, Ethiopia

  • Ethiopian police watch anthropocene video, Afar triangle

 

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