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The 'tane' and 'vahine' dancers
The 'tane' (men) are shirtless and often tattooed. The 'vahine' (women) cover their breasts with leaves or cloth or wear bras made of polished coconuts or mother-of-pearl. The skirts of the men are shorter. Like the women, they wear a neutral color headpiece made from braided vegetal fibers trimmed with shells.
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