A Tau't Bato man burning his field to prepare the soil (slach -and-burn)
The Tau't Bato tribe are a subgroup of the larger Pala'wan indigenous group. They speak the native Pala'wan language and practice many of the same beliefs of the Pala'wan. The only difference being the Tau't Bato take shelter in large caves during the rainy season. Tau't Bato means; dwellers of the rock.
- Jacob Maentz
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agriculture ash Asia biodiversity burning clearing countryside crops effort ethnic fire mountains people preparing remote smoke Southeast Asia tropical conservation male forest adult man island soil rainforest ethnic minority native Rural Scene tribe archipelago clearcut environmental issue desolate inhabitants Malay archipelago Palawan Indigenous Peoples Filipino ethnicity Filipino culture slash and burn indigenous ethnic group Rizal Province Singnapan Valley Tau't Bato Palawan Tribe Mount Mantalingahan MIMAROPA southern Palawan Taut Bato
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