Tumihay, a native Pala'wan Tau't Bato of southern Palawan
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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Taut Bato skill portrait Indigenous Peoples culture old-fashioned indigenous ethnic group man remote MIMAROPA tribe hunter native Palawan Mount Mantalingahan archipelago ethnic minority Rural Scene hunting tools rainforest Filipino ethnicity hunter and gatherer Palawan Tribe blowgun Southeast Asia forest action Real People mountains cave rustic tradition countryside southern Palawan Asia inhabitants isolation ethnic Traditional Clothing one person people Malay archipelago searching traditional birds full-length Tau't Bato tree male Filipino culture tropical hunting rock game adult island outdoors Singnapan Valley Rizal Province.
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