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Sepik River: a mysterious river, tribal art and birds galore

Mar 30th, 2012 | By

Winding across a vast delta before ending 685 miles from its headwaters in the soaring highlands, the Sepik River was once the domain of anthropologists, naturalists, and adventure seekers. Today, an expedition up this mysterious river is for anyone wanting to explore one of the world’s last unspoiled reservoirs of nature, culture, and — most especially— tribal art, writes Patricia Schultz