Blowpipe darts are made from the ribs of wild sago palm leaves. The pith heads on the ends of the darts are formed using a special tool, and are made to fit snugly in the bore of the blowpipe. The formula for dart poison has been a highly guarded secret for many believe that if the ingredients are spoken outloud [sic] the poison will lose its potency. The contral [sic] ingredient is the milky sap from the tree Antiaris [t]oxicaria.
"The quiver for the blowpipe darts is made from a single node of bamboo." ...
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