1. Andamanese (India)
The Andamanese live on the Andaman Island and also called pygmies because of their short stature, the men are average of 4ft 11 inch tall and the women have extreme accumulation of fat in the buttock. Record shows that many groups of the Andamanese are threatened by land occupations, tourists, diseases eat all. Today only four to five hundred Andamanese are said to be left.
2. Kalash (Pakistan)
They claim to be descendants of Alexander the Great’s army which seems confirmed by DNA tests conducted on them, they live in the Pakistani mountains and have blonde hair and blue eyes. Their women are allowed more freedom, wine is a common drink and their cloths are brightly colorful. They believe in the existence of more than one god and even have their own traditional folklore. In recent research, only four to six thousand Kalash people are alive.
3. The People Of Takuu Atoll (Polynesia)
The people of Takuu Atoll are known to spend most of their time singing and dancing happily without any contact from their outside world mainly because they are very much protective of their own cultures and norms. Unfortunately their sources of fresh water have become contaminated by sea water that results to their depopulation of their traits, the people of Takuu Atoll are likely hoping to relocate permanently in other to avoid extinction.
4. The Spinifex (Australia)
The Spinifexs (PilaNguru) are the indigenous inhabitants of Great Victoria Desert. The desert is climaticaly useless from every aspect of activities except for a nuclear testing experiment. In 1950s a nuclear testing experiment by a government initiate wide spread relocation of Spinifex which made many of the tribe members not to return to their ancestors land. Reports shows that there is no evidence to prove where the tribe are residing now. With Spinifex most populated group comprising of not more than 250 members, the continuity of this group in the future is worthless.
5. Dukha (Mongolia)
The Dukhan tribes Lives in cold mountainous region and worship the snow forest, they rely firmly on reindeer’s of transportation, meat, milk and cheese to their customers. These set of people are well known to be friendly toward tourist and foreigners. It has been observe that only 300 Mongolian still exist with their traditional norms and culture rapidly deteriorating. Research shows that excessive hunting, gold mining and embracement of modern technology will in time cease their existence.
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6. El Molo (Kenya)
The El Molo are long time known tribe with their small population in size,they reside on the remote shores of Lake Turkana and faced with random unending threats of extinction, the El Mologroups are currently in a state of great danger because they solely depend on the lake for their survival which is increasingly becoming contaminated. Another major challenge they are facing is competing with rival groups makes them go to war and mostly die. The El Molo tribe is not expected to last long of their size and challenges.
7. Cahuilla (America)
Cahuilla groups Lives near the Coachella Valley in the Southern California of America, they are said to have settled in many years ago during the time when the prehistoric Lake Cahuilla still exist, the Cahuilla people have managed to survive diseases, persecutions by rivals and loss of their language. It was reviewed that 3000 of them are left in the recent census. Many attempt are being made to keep their traditional alive by passing them to their younger generating but still yet all the effort is of no count and the tribe seems to perish any moment of time.
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8. Kayapo (Brazil)
The Kayapo tribe consists of 44 villages living along the Xingu River which is the reason they are called Mebengokre (people of the big water). Their major occupation is farming and body painting but unfortunately they won’t remain as a group any longer because Construction of the enormous Belo Monte Dam is almost over which will cover over 668 square kilometres of their areas and damage the natural habitation of the Kayapo people which will cease their existence as a tribe.
9. Piraha (Brazil)
The Piraha’s are get-together hunters that form a tribe, the tribe lives on the banks of the Maici River, they have practically rejected every aspects of the modern civilization in other to maintain their norms and culture. The Piraha natives have a unique language that is included of no word for number or color. With their recent population known as 420 members with no leader or representative only time can prescribe how long they can survive.
10. Batak (Philippines)
The Batak’s reside on Palawan Island, they are said to have left Africa many thousand years ago to settle in Philippines and live deep inside the forest while farming, hunting and gathering. The Bataks are small in size and known for their very scanty cloths,over the years their land have being seized and diseases have find it ways into this ancient tribe that has resulted in decimating their population. With their population decreasing between 300-500 members the tribe will soon go extinct comparing their reproduction rate.