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Let's Get Small

I said earlier than it seemed likely that archaic hominid living in special environments, for a long time (sometimes more than a million years) inevitably developed high-quality adaptations to those environments, and since such alleles are easily transmitted, modern humans were likely to pick them up. 139 more words


Fourteen Skeletons

I’m almost certain that when I mention the term ‘hunter-gatherer’, an image of nimble men comes to your mind, carrying spears or bows and arrows, and darting through the African savanna in the blazing sun following the footprints of an antelope… 538 more words


Get Cooking!

G’day! Are you all rugged up?

Sydney has really been cooler than usual the last few days, so Neey and I decided to cook up a belly warmer! 255 more words


The San, the first people in South Africa

The earliest hunter-gatherers in southern Africa were the San people. The San were also known as ‘Bushmen’, a term used by the European Colonists that is now considered derogatory. 1,389 more words


Goshute Indian Lands, Nevada and Utah

First timer?  In this formerly once-a-day blog (and now a once or twice a week blog), I have my computer select a random latitude and longitude that puts me somewhere in the continental United States (the lower 48).  1,916 more words

Botswana (I) - Bushmen

Le Botswana est un pays d’Afrique australe sans accès à la mer et entouré de la Namibie, la Zambie, le Zimbabwe et l’Afrique du Sud. Son nom vient de l’ethnie principale qui y vit, les Tswana. 120 more words