Photo of a Korubo Warrior or "head-basher." Note the characteristic
hairstyle where the hair on the rear of the head is cut very short, while in
front it is allowed to grow longer. In addition, he has a typical arm band
that is made out of woven fibers from the Chambira palm. The name
"head-basher" comes from the French word "casse-tÍte" which is close to the
Portuguese word "caceteiros" which is used locally for the tribe.
Caceteiro means "a clubber" or "a man with a club" referring to the Korubo
use of clubs as weapons.