This beautiful Pygmy tribe once lived alongside the mountain gorillas within the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda. So sheltered, they carry their babies on one shoulder, holding them in place by their arm, in the same manner as gorillas. But tourism once again changed the path of a native tribe, as the government shipped them to the outskirts of the forest. Displaced, they are vulnerable to disease, their culture eroded, as they are trooped in daily to their now empty village to perform for visitors. The arduous walk in takes hours and has resorted these unique people to circus animals paraded in front of the masses for money. I am grateful for having spent time in their presence, but wish it had been under different circumstances. When will we learn that money isn’t worth losing the gems of this world for.