|Subject:||Social life, navigation|
|Producer:||BBC Wales and the Discovery Channel|
|Description:||Bruce Parry, star of the Discovery Channel series Going Tribal, travels to Anuta, a small Polynesian outlier in Oceania. He spends six weeks learning about life in this ocean-going culture. The men fish with hand lines from traditional out-rigger canoes for sharks and marlin. They dive on the reef for lobster and collect shellfish at low tide. The women cultivate every available patch of land with taro, manioc and bananas. Accompanied by subtitles|
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