That is another contradiction, because photographing animals - or tribespeople - takes an enormous amount of patience, just waiting for the right moment.
The government and conservation groups are encouraging tribespeople to develop camp sites for safari-goers and to sell handcrafts rather than cultivate the land.
Many of those who marched were tribespeople and students (tribal banners were much in evidence according to an eyewitness.)
Cotter's book attributes much responsibility to the sealers, for abducting women, for killing men in doing so and for spreading venereal diseases, which grossly cut the tribespeople 's ability to produce new generations.
It is sparsely populated with tribespeople who display a fierce sense of independence.
The tribespeople may smile in return, showing the anthropologists that they share the same feeling.
These tribespeople are not ethnic Khmer, as are the vast majority of Cambodians.
Muslim tribespeople invaded from Pakistan, and the maharaja acceded to India in 1948; Pakistani and Indian troops fought in Kashmir beginning in 1947.
In one blood-drenched revolt in 1825, tribespeople massacred 8,000 Chinese soldiers, prompting a harsh response from the central government.
As part of the plan, tribespeople want to erect community and educational centers near the site and develop related ecotourism.