Hadzapi

Hadzapi

 

(also Kindiga, Tindiga), a people in Tanzania living to the west of Lake Eyasi. According to a 1973 estimate, the Hadzapi number approximately 1,000. They speak a Bushman language. The Hadzapi, who are descendants of the ancient inhabitants of southern Africa, still practice nature and ancestor worship. Their principal occupations are gathering, hunting, and fishing.

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The Hadzapi tribe will eat anything that is edible except for the hyena," declared Alaric precisely.
Get to know the Masai people as well as Tanzania's, Bushmen, the Hadzapi.