Thursday, April 5, 2012

Giving an Endangered Language Back to Its People

Giving an Endangered Language Back to Its People

*.. Black Buzz says that this is a great article and many scholars believe that the Arapesh ancestors migrated out of Africa using the coastal route through India approximately 75,000 thousand years ago.

*The Negritos or the Black dwarfish people of the Philippine Island have the exact same Mitochondrial DNA as their Mbuti Pygmie cousins of the Ituri  Rainforest in the Congo river basin in present day Zaire which is in Africa. The climate of the Ituri Rainforest is very simliar to the climate in the Philippine Archipelago which made it very adaptable to the ancestors of the Negritos who were food gathering hunters just like the Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest.

* You may want to review the excellent film/video titled " The Journey Of Man" or the National Geo film titled the Human Family Tree.

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