Tribes of the Stone Age

Discovered in the 80 years of the last century Tribes of the Stone Age caused a considerable sensation among geographers. Being in deep isolation in various remote corners of the planet, these tribes had no idea about the modern civilization.

Discovered in the 80 years of the last century the Stone Age tribes caused a considerable sensation among geographers

In 1985 in South India, scientists discovered two unknown tribes of the Stone Age. They live in the caves of the Nilgiri Mountains of Kerala, and they feed on various fruits, roots and honey of wild bees, and also engage in hunting. It turns out that in the north of India, on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, 650 km from Calcutta, the tribes of the Stone Age also live. It is interesting that they have clearly pronounced features of the Mongoloid race and do not know how to use fire at all. In this case, they live in caves, and their clothes serve the skins of wild animals, feed on fruits and plant roots.

In the mountains of Vietnam, in the jungles of the province of Kuangbin, the scientists found one more by the way of life of the Stone Age tribes, who call themselves "people of the tribe of hands." Dark skin color and curly hair, as well as elongated incisions of the eyes and wide flattened noses distinguish these tribes from all the others that inhabit the multinational Vietnam. Clothing they make from leaves of plants and fibers of bark of a tree. Flour from the tree nyuk is considered the staple food, and in everyday life these tribes of the Stone Age are engaged in hunting and collecting fruits. Interestingly, they do not know anything about rice, not knowing how to eat it.

Well, where is it without New Guinea, in the jungle which in the 90 years of the last century, were also discovered by unknown modern tribes of the Stone Age. The most interesting of them turned out to be, located in the remote jungles of Irian Jaya province in the district of Marauka, a tribe of cows living like monkeys on trees. Their dwellings of densely woven palm leaves and tree bark, the cow build at a height of up to 20 m, thus, escaping from enemies, wild animals and mosquitoes. The food is hunted by wild boars and goats, and the meat is cut with stone tools of labor. They also engage in fishing, harvesting fruits and roots. Like the "people of the tribe of hands," these tribes of the Stone Age also produce flour. Men of the tribe do not wear clothes, and women are limited only by a loincloth. In one tribe there are more than a thousand people.

Tribes of the Stone Age, who did not know anything about modern civilization, can be found in the backwoods of the tropical forests of the Republic of Nigeria, in its eastern state of Gongola. The tribes of the "coma", i.e. "go away" badly go to contacts and only recently for the first time they tried salt and sugar. In 1988, crossing the Sahara Desert, an Algerian family unexpectedly opened a village that was not designated by any geographical map. People here had dwellings and large flocks of sheep and goats, but, as it turned out, they did not see a single "alien" in their entire life.

Tribes of the Stone Age still live in the impenetrable jungle of the Amazon. About 50 Indian tribes living here have never seen a white man. At 720 km north of the city of Belem, the pilots discovered an unknown tribe that used stone axes. They are small, they have great physical strength and agility, and adult men and women wear wooden plaques on the lower lip.

It turns out that very recently a small tribe of the Stone Age was discovered in one of the hard-to-reach desert regions of Australia, which also knows nothing about modern civilization and did not come into contact with the "white man". Local authorities categorically refuse to name the locality where the newly discovered aborigines live, arguing their refusal as a possible bad end of the tribe's encounter with our civilization.