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A dangerously toxic new frog (Phyllobates) used by Embera Indians of Western Colombia, with discussion of blowgun fabrication and dart poisoning.
I bought my first blowgun back in 1966 as a teenager.
Blowguns, fired by exhaling violently, are often used for hunting or to deliver tranquillisers to animals.
Here you can beat on an authentic Amazon jungle drum, meet shrunken heads face-to-face, and view menacing-looking native weapons, including blowguns and curare-tipped darts.
Anyway, while browsing through G & A's Sportman's Directory section I noticed a couple of sources advertising commercial blowguns and my curiosity got the best of me.
Riders will gain insight into how native Ecuadorians have lived for centuries in Andean mountain communities where farming still relies on muscle power and in Amazon-basin communities where hunting is still done using poison-frog darts and blowguns.
Shortly after that experience, I ran into a guy who was doing the same kind of thing in West Africa using blowguns, another discipline demanding many of the same honed skills.
Everyone gets off safely and we're surrounded by Bushmen carrying blowguns and spears and wearing Patriots hats and shirts with the inscriptions, "Super Bowl XLII Champs," "Perfect Season" and "19-0.
In addition to simply foraging for food and finding shelter, contestants will while away the hours in competitions ranging from building rafts to prowess with blowguns.
There complete product inventory includes animal repellents, blowguns, bug detectors, gps devices, phone recorders, DVR systems, hidden cameras with built-in DVRs, instructional self-defense DVDs, law enforcement strength pepper sprays (can be purchased in small can form, keychain, flip top, etc.
Harmless to the touch but deadly when injected into the bloodstream via darts shot by Indian blowguns.