There are still four primitive tribes in the world, one of which even eats the corpses of dead relatives

Now we live in a city full of information, and we can know everything without leaving home. However, in today’s rapidly developing society, there are still some primitive tribes in the world. Today, Xiao Bian will take a look at the primitive tribes that still exist in the world.


Bay of Bengal – the sentinel

This tribe is a super mysterious tribe in the bay of Bengal. They live in isolation, have no contact with the outside world, and will die when an outsider approaches the island. Scientists say the sentinars have lived on the island for 60000 years.

In 2006, the sentinars shot and killed two people fishing near the island. To this end, the Indian government declared that it was a crime to be close to the island, and no one was allowed to contact them to ensure the survival of the tribe.


Africa – nufeta people

In Africa, there are also cannibal tribes – nufeta village people. In fact, they don’t really eat the living, they just eat the dead, let them become a part of their body, think that this can commemorate the dead.


Central Africa – pygmies

Pygmies are generally short in stature, with an average height of about 1.53m. They are called “pocket tribes” in Africa. They have no selfish thoughts, men hunt, women collect, all the harvest together centralized distribution. African governments have begun to contact this primitive tribe, saying that they want to help them get out of the tribe and face the modern society.


Bolivia, South America

Kemanga is a tribal group with a large population, but there is a strange phenomenon of kemanga people. They can’t speak for generations and live in the mysterious deep forest. Scientists have studied the structure of their tongue and mouth and found that their throats are different from those of normal people. From generation to generation, they communicate with each other in gesture sign language, which is a kind of civilization and an ancient heritage.

This article was originally written by Cui Wenjie, the author of Jiujian

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