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Photo @hammond_robin. Ondoshi spotted a large bird perched in a tree not too far away, he tucked his arrows quickly and quietly between his legs, took aim - and missed. Showing me the arrows earlier, I was told to take care of the sharp point, but especially of the poison pasted at the base of the arrow head (pic 2). The Hadza are one of the last hunter-gatherer groups that still practice a predominantly subsistence lifestyle and are among the closest living relatives of those humans who first left Africa. I spent time with a Hadza group in Tanzania while shooting a story for a @NatGeo magazine special issue on race. Africa is the most genetically diverse region in the world. This is consistent with the theory that humans recently migrated out of Africa. The first anatomically modern humans originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago, and all humans today are their direct descendants. You can see more from this project at @Hammond_Robin

Photo @hammond_robin. Ondoshi spotted a large bird perched in a tree not too far away, he tucked his arrows quickly and quietly between his legs, took aim - and missed. Showing me the arrows earlier, I was told to take care of the sharp point, but especially of the poison pasted at the base of the arrow head (pic 2). The Hadza are one of the last hunter-gatherer groups that still practice a predominantly subsistence lifestyle and are among the closest living relatives of those humans who first left Africa.  I spent time with a Hadza group in Tanzania while shooting a story for a @NatGeo magazine special issue on race. Africa is the most genetically diverse region in the world. This is consistent with the theory that humans recently migrated out of Africa. The first anatomically modern humans originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago, and all humans today are their direct descendants. You can see more from this project at @Hammond_Robin

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@jr_be_trollin

😂😂 make me get on discovery 😂 @braydon.wilson_

@miaortiga958

Wow! I wish I visited this place. Thank you for sharing

@skitz0mar

@mrmcwheelies thought this was u for a split sec

@billicvit

@armageddon.of.america I did not know that. But then there is so much that I don't know.

@joseph_richy33

I would like to have an arc

@thomas.mccord

He is a real Hunter.

@rodzuniga

I like the complexity of the photos message.

@dehaas002

@dustin_wallace I can only imagine that this guy in the photo is a million times more intelligent and resourceful than you are. He is surviving in an environment that you would surely die in. You have been given all the resources of modern technology and information (which you yourself have contributed nothing to) and have chosen to learn nothing about the world. Please don't have children and perpetuate your waste of human genetics on the world.

@daniplmd

Hard to believe. Color alone will tell, am not a descendant of them🙀🙀

@armageddon.of.america

@billicvit "Why doesn't the poison affect s lot of the meat? I woule be afraid to eat it." A: It would most probably be venom and not poison. Hence, not a problem if eaten and digested. Correct me @natgeo if I'm wrong.

@billicvit

Why doesn't the poison affect s lot of the meat? I woule be afraid to eat it.

@manpreetmeetk

Gold Medal

@pod_boy

Nice hand he caught there

@handsome_bob

White man goes hunting with a bow and everyone losses it and calls him a killer.

@handsome_bob

@catherineli2000 go hungry for a week or and you can be skinny too.

@sunflower_jim

@dustin_wallace the rest of the world evolved FROM Africans. 200000 years later and we get morons like you.

@gbaaron7gbaaron7

No way can you support any of your conjectures!!

@melaniejochheimatkins

@allriledup22 ahhh all the mems! Do you still have your bow? Miss you too!

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