Khoe and the San people have kept on fascinating scientists since long years and a study focused on them only, which has been recently published in the journal Science. It has discovered that they were possibly the first men to cut from own genetic development path.
The report says that the split had occurred some 100,000 years ago and none of the divergence was earlier than the same, as studied in the evolution of modern humans.
The Khoes were the relatives of southern Africa's Bushmen, the San people. The San were a last remaining hunter-gatherer society, who lived in 20th century though, but in style that the humans' most ancient ancestors follow.
The Khoe-San spoke click languages, as per the findings. It has been told that they lived from Namibia to Mozambique to South Africa, in a wide swath of southern Africa.
The findings have come after studying genetic data of some 220 members of the two groups. About 2.3 million genetic variations were analyzed for each participant and the same revealed that a cradle of modern man was located nowhere.
Sweden's Uppsala University's Mattias Jakobsson concluded, "Different parts of Africa show up as potentially being the origin of anatomically modern humans".
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