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In Maasai culture, boys must undergo circumcision to be regarded as a man.
In Australian culture, getting a job is one of the closest things to a rite of passage.
In Maasai culture, cattle are highly regarded, and the particular voice and temperament of each animal is identified
In Australian culture, cattle are merely regarded as farm animals, with dogs and cats taking the top place as pets
The Maasai people live a semi-nomadic lifestyle, meaning they build temporary huts out of cattle dung baked in the heat of the African sun
In Australian culture, the people live a permanent lifestyle, which means they live in a permanent residence
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