Bozo Fish Puppet, Mali
The Bozo people are a fishing tribe on the Niger River. These puppets are used in processions celebrating the river. They are puppets because the fins can move creating a clicking sound. The puppets are therefore also used as rhythmic instruments. These fish have some age but were sculpted for decorative purposes.
L:38" W:6" H:8"
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