In other projects Wikimedia Commons. For example, Yali men favour a long, thin koteka, which helps hold up the multiple rattan hoops worn around their waist. They are normally made from a dried-out gourd , Lagenaria siceraria , although other species, such as Nepenthes mirabilis , are also used. Some Aboriginal peoples of Australia wore an ornate carved pearl shell type called a Lonka Lonka. These were usually of a temporary ritualistic nature. Nevertheless, shirts and pants are required in government buildings, and children are required to wear them in school.
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