Joining an anthropologist's 1950 expedition to discover a lost tribe on a remote Micronesian island, a young doctor investigates and proves a theory that the tribe's considerable longevity is linked to a rare turtle.
Who is Fiercer: Yanomamö Indians or Dueling Tribes of Anthropologists?
Much of this really angers me but over all a very interesting article "Are Anthropologists a Dangerous Tribe? They’re battling about Yanomamö Indians, research ethics, and the nature of fierceness. By Greg Laden"
Memo to Florida Gov. Rick Scott: America Needs Anthropologists as Well as Engineers