She lives in a very rugged, dry and remote part of Africa. The landscape is rocky and mountainous. Her family herds sheep, goat and cattle and they will sometimes relocate during the year to better grazing grounds. Her house is a simple cone-shaped structure made with saplings covered in mud and dung. Her necklace is made of shells, iron and copper. Her skirt is made from goat skins. Her hair is braided and conditioned with a mixture of butter, ochre (reddish earth), ash, and resin of the Omuzumba bush. She speaks Otjihimba. Where does she live?
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