Hunting ban killing unique ancient Bushmen languageThursday 29 November 2018
The hunting ban in Botswana is destroying the unique "language" the Bushmen use during hunting. This "language" consists of signs they make with their hands and by imitating the sounds birds and other animal make, in order to show their fellow hunters where the prey is and in which direction they are going. Read the full article. www.sundaystandard.info/hunting-ban-killing-unique-ancient-bushmen-language
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