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LONDON (Reuters) - They survive on fresh blood drained from the neck of a living cow, they often run for days and nights on end to find water and their shoes are made from car tires cut up and strapped to their feet.
"Back at home we sometimes run for 5 or 6 days, day and night," Isaya, a young warrior clothed in a red robe and adorned with traditional beaded jewelry, told Reuters in an interview. "Twenty-six miles not far."
Originally posted by Sir Francis Bacon
I'm not sure whether Maasai Warriors give a new meaning to the term "human ability," or our society gives a whole new meaning to the term "human enfeeblement, degradation, and weakness."
Perhaps it's both?