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Buff-bellied penduline tit
Buff-bellied penduline tit
The grey penduline tit (Anthoscopus caroli), also known as the African penduline-tit, is a species of bird in the family Remizidae.
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African Grey Parrot
African Grey Parrot
The grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus), also known as the Congo grey parrot or African grey parrot, is an Old World parrot in the family Psittacidae. The Timneh parrot (Psittacus timneh) was earlier treated as conspecific but has since been split as a full species.
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Jar with faded Gaboon viper
Jar with faded Gaboon viper
Puff adders use their hollow, forward rotating teeth to inject large quantities of venom and are extremely dangerous to humans. If one of their fangs breaks, they always have a few spare ones ready.
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Pendant
Pendant
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Tyukusu mask
Tyukusu mask
This tyukusu (mask) belongs to a branch of the ancient association of the bakama which came into being at the end of the 18th century: the brotherhood of the bandunga. In the twentieth century, these masks primarily partipated in purification rituals and conjurations of natural catastrophes. They also appeared during funerals of notables, when a chief was appointed, but also to mark the arrival of an important visitor.
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African Paradise Flycatcher
African Paradise Flycatcher
The African paradise flycatcher (Terpsiphone viridis) is a medium-sized passerine bird with a very long tail. It is a common resident breeder in Africa south of the Sahara Desert.
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Model of a plane. "Sabena"
Model of a plane. "Sabena"
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Sculpture
Sculpture
This atypical sculpture, cut out of a light wood, probably played a role in the worship of ancestors.
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Lusingiti statue
Lusingiti statue
The singit are effigies of ancestors from important lineages.This type of sculpture and the religious practices related to it were particularly prominent in the East of Congo amongst the Hemba, the Buyu and the Bembe
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