Arrow from the Hadza people of Lake Eyasi, Tanzania. The arrow has a long, cylindrical shaft of wood that is decorated with an incised hatching design. The arrowhead is a small, lanceolate head set with a tang into shaft. The arrow is fletched with vulture feathers and there is a nock bound to the end.
Unpoisoned arrow for hunting dik-dik, locally called a kasama, that is a type of small antelope.