Why the Huli Wigmen of PNG grow their hair and then cut it off to make flamboyant wigs

Papua New Guinea’s approximately 312 diverse tribes are increasingly drawing in global people thanks to their unique ways and increasing tourist attractions. The Huli Wigmen, who have lived in the Tari region of the southern highlands for approximately 1,000 years, are one of those sure draws. Clan members consider themselves as one person descended from a male ancestor named Huli. For starters, the ethnic group has a unique process for preparing men for adulthood. From eight years, boys move to stay with their fathers and learn to become men. Bachelor…

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