James Hopkirk
One of the Ba’Aka women fixing the nets during the hunt. 
The principle of net hunting is that instead of hunting silently, the Ba’Aka make a huge racket in the jungle - singing and shouting. Because there are so many of them, spread out, the animals hide and wait, trying to work out where to run to. The pygmies then lay their nets and beat the bush until the animals run into the nets. The outcome was brutal.

One of the Ba’Aka women fixing the nets during the hunt. 

The principle of net hunting is that instead of hunting silently, the Ba’Aka make a huge racket in the jungle - singing and shouting. Because there are so many of them, spread out, the animals hide and wait, trying to work out where to run to. The pygmies then lay their nets and beat the bush until the animals run into the nets. The outcome was brutal.