They say that they have a ‘mutual respect’ with the wild animals.
Two hunters from an ancient tribe show no fear as they use a bow and arrow to catch their dinner – just yards from a fully grown cheetah.
Photographer Jack Somerville, 26, captured the spectacular images in the Naankuse Wildlife Reserve in central Namibia, Africa.
The tribesmen appear to be entirely comfortable standing next to the potentially dangerous animal as they go about their work.
Mr Somerville, from north London, took the pictures after spending time with the San people, who are members of indigenous hunter-gatherer people in southern Africa.
Read more: Daily Mail
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