EBEKAWOPA, GHANA, 2008. Corn crib. Unlike the U.S., nations of West Africa consider corn to be primarily human food. The crib protects it from attack from rodents and larger mammals. Corn does eventually turn buggy, although they are easily separated by flotation.
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