Bruce Parry: Cannibals and Crampons

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Bruce Parry and Mark Anstice, both former army officers, set out to climb the unscaled face of Mandela, a remote mountain rising 15,400 feet above the dense tropical rainforest jungle of New Guinea. To get there they have to travel through some of the world’s most unexplored terrain, a lost world still inhabited by cannibals.

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