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Català: Pigmeus africans amb un explorador europeu.
Deutsch: Afrikanische Pygmäen
English: African pygmies and a European explorer
Español: Pigmeos africanos
日本語: アフリカピグミーとヨーロッパの探検家
Polski: Badacz europejski wśród afrykańskich pigmejów
Date 10 May 2005
Source 300 ppi scan of Collier's New Encyclopedia, Volume 1 (1921), opposite page 58, panel B.
Author Keystone View Company.
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English: African pigmies discovered by explorers.


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