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SanKalahari_20090607_028 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Khoisan tribe - The African humans from which all other geographic body differences diverged - the Kung! San/khoisan. All of our ancestors- Nelson Mandela was a member of this group.

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Khoisan tribe - The African humans from which all other geographic body differences diverged - the Kung! San/khoisan. All of our ancestors- Nelson Mandela was a member of this group.

The Bushmen people, for the most part, are short in stature, a lighter brown/golden skin tone, very strong Asian features, face and epicanthic eye fold. The Bushmen, (perjoratively called the San people) are the oldest representative of humans according to Oral tradition - they are the ancestors of Asians, Europeans, Black Africans, etc. The San (Bushmen) hold the oldest DNA markers, going back nearly 200,000 years. Here are a few photos of what the Khoisan or Bushmen people look like.

The Bushmen people, for the most part, are short in stature, a lighter brown/golden skin tone, very strong Asian features, face and epicanthic eye fold. The Bushmen, (perjoratively called the San people) are the oldest representative of humans according to Oral tradition - they are the ancestors of Asians, Europeans, Black Africans, etc. The San (Bushmen) hold the oldest DNA markers, going back nearly 200,000 years. Here are a few photos of what the Khoisan or Bushmen people look like.

South Africa    There are 100,000 Bushmen in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Angola. They are the indigenous people of southern Africa, and have lived there for tens of thousands of years

South Africa There are 100,000 Bushmen in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Angola. They are the indigenous people of southern Africa, and have lived there for tens of thousands of years

San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

Why African Babies Don't Cry

Why African Babies Don't Cry

The ‘Bushmen’ are the oldest inhabitants of southern Africa, where they have lived for at least years. Their home is in the vast expanse of the Kalahari desert. There are many different Bushman...

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