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Just as the blowgun gave way to the shotgun, other changes are sweeping the valley Lumbering passenger and cargo ferries now compete with outboard vessels that cover the same distance in a fraction of the time.
12) It is interesting to note that this same image of a blowgun dart stuck in the body which we recorded in the Katingan area, was also used by tukang sangiang in the upper Rungan and upper Kahayan River areas (Jay 1989:40).
There was a bedroom on my left with the door closed and a bedroom on my right with the door open, and right there, on the floor beneath the bed, was the blowgun.
The study highlighted three cases where teenage boys inhaled blowgun darts.
And, hanging on a wall, there's a primitive blowgun, the kind you see in Indiana Jones movies.
And she reckons that another of her contestants, Asda worker Jahmene Douglas, 21, is definitely in with a chance - despite his horrific past which saw his dad go to prison for a blowgun attack on his mum.
Participants visit an animal rescue center, learn how to use a blowgun, take part in a jungle cooking class and artisan crafts sessions, and experience a shaman healing ceremony and jungle marriage ceremony.
In the Caribbean, the sap of the tree was used to poison blowgun darts, and the leaves introduced into the water supply to poison enemies.
Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction 2: Build a Secret Agent Arsenal is a recommendation for any hobbyist's collection and provides the basics of how to build some 30 different spy weapons and surveillance tools, from a pen blowgun to a mint tin catapult.
WOULD your family love to search for lemurs on night-walks in remote parts of Madagascar, learn to use a blowgun and spear with a remote community in Ecuador, or soar above the Indian city of Jaipur in a hot air balloon?
Blowgun, 1 each, PN 159 (serial numbers 1368-3 and below)