Races and Tribes
* The people of the world have been classified into five racial groups according to Anthropologists .
* They are Caucasoid (White), Mongoloid (Yellow), Negroid (Black), Australoid (Black) and Hottentots and Bushmen of the Kalahari.
* Hottentots and Bushmen are two major groups of Negroids.
Groups of people identified as tribes. Some of these are as follows –
* Amerinds: People of mixed Indian and European blood in North America.
* Aborigines: The term is generally used to refer to any original people of a region. It is specially used to
denote the original inhabitants of Australia.
* Bedouins: Nomadic tribe of Arab Stock in Africa and South West Asia.
* Bantus: Negroes of Central and Southern Africa.
* Berbers: Tribals of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.
* Bindibu: Natives of Western Australia.
* Bushmen: Tribal inhabitants of the Kalahari Desert in Africa. They are excellent stalkers and hunters.
* Eskimos: natives of the Tundra region (very cold high latitude areas) in Canada and Greenland.
* Finns: People of European Tundra.
* Gaucho: Nomads of the Pampas in Uruguay and Argentina.
* Hottentots: One of the original races inhabiting tropical Africa.
* Hamites: Dark Skinned Muslims in North West Africa.
* Kirghiz: People of the Steppe type region in Asia.
* Kikuyu: A tribe of East Africa.
* Lapps: People of the European Tundra.
* Mulattos: People of Mixed European and Black blood inhabiting South America.
* Masai: A Negro tribe of East Africa.
* Maoris: The original inhabitants of New Zealand.
* Mestizos: People of Mixed Indian and European blood in South America.
* Papuans: Tribals of New Guinea.
* Pygmies: Extremely short statured people of the Zaire Basin in Africa.
* Red Indians: Aborigines of North America.
* Semites: Jews and Ethiopians.
* Samoyeds: People of the Asiatic Tundra (Northern Russia).
* Tartar: A mixed group of people in Siberia.
* Yakuts: People in the Tundra region in Russia.
* Veddas: The racial stock of Sri Lanka.
* Zambos: People of mixed Black and Indian blood in South America.
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