- The Mundari people dedicate their lives to caring for their livestock
- Their breed of cows, Ankole-Watusi, grow up to eight feet tall, and are worth up to $500 each.
- These animals are viewed as the tribes most valuable asset and they go to extreme lengths to protect them.
- The Mundari sleep among their cattle and guard them with machine guns.
(CNN)South Sudan is the world's youngest country, and it has witnessed immense change since gaining independence in 2011. The promise of peace has given way to civil war, and tribal rifts continue to run deep, permeating political affairs. Over two million people have been displaced according to the UN, and tens of thousands killed.