Bantha hide could be mashed with grains to make Ardees , also known as Jawa juice.
All banthas were peaceful herbivores ,  and lived in herds. The name Tuskens goes back to the second draft of Star Wars from January 1975, which mentions them as soldiers of the Empire. Varactyls are four-legged repativan herbivores that seemingly have no fear.
I killed them all. Luke Skywalker first mentions the Sand People when he was searching for the runaway astromech droid that his uncle had purchased from Jawas.
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Anakin's dreams may be prophetic in nature but it seems more likely that he was simply sensing her pain in real-time. Maybe Tusken raiders scare so easy because they are worried we will discover that they have a decent knowledge of military tactics.
That being said, the movie does not make this connection for the audience, so this is just a guess. It is also the easiest formation for a commanding officer to control, nearly impossible to ambush, and good for moving over difficult terrain.
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He leads his tribe on raids to moisture farms for water and searches the Jundland Wastes for travelers. Hidden category: I saw her as clearly as I see you now. Beckett 1 Picture only Solo: Their small size allows it to make their way through crowded war zones while remaining calm even in the midst of a firefight.
Sharad was a Jedi who took refuge among the Tuskens after a personal tragedy. Her son, the Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker , returned to Tatooine to rescue her, but after finding her in a Tusken camp , she died of her injuries. They were forbidden to remove their clothing in front of others, except at childbirth , on their wedding night, and at coming-of-age ceremonies.
Any other ideas? I still find it a little unrealistic that anakin had to come just in time to see his mother die. The unique sound of the Sand People, derived by Ben Burtt from barking mules, certainly added to the popularity and the mystery of the species.