File:Headdress worn in ceremonies by boys and men, Kayapo culture, Porori, Xingu National Park, Mato Grosso, Brazil, c. 1966 - Royal Ontario Museum - DSC09546.JPG

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English: Exhibit in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This exhibit is old enough so that it is in the public domain, and photography was permitted in the museum. I took this photograph and release it into the public domain.
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20 November 2011

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