The Suri Tribe's live on the west side of the Omo River in the southwestern part of Ethiopia. Suri people have a cattle-centered culture, the wealth of a family is measured by the number of animals owned. Usually the animals are not eaten unless a big ceremony takes place.
The animals are used for milk and blood which they both drink. Sometimes Suri warriors are preparing a mixture of cattle blood and milk for a ceremonial rite called 'Cow Bleeding' this is a breakfast for most of Suri buys and puppy's.