2.200 Barimba Pygmies in the coastal forests and swamps of Nyanga Province of Southern Gabon.
The Barimba have been hunter and gatherers for centuries. Colonization and Missionary activity in Mayumba Town have forced into a more sedentary live based in subsistence agriculture. Despite these deep changes, Barimba still combine agriculture with the gathering of wild fruits and some sporadic hunting.
Bwiti adepts, heavily influenced by Punu Bantu culture that dominates the region.
Source: Joan Riera - Anthropologist (LastPlaces.com)