Lebanese traditional dating
Women's traditional gathering gear is simple and effective: a hide sling, a blanket, a cloak called a kaross to carry foodstuffs, firewood, smaller bags, a digging stick, and perhaps, a smaller version of the kaross to carry a baby. They kill their game using arrows and spears tipped in diamphotoxin, a slow-acting arrow poison produced by beetle larvae of the genus Diamphidia.
Historical evidence shows that certain San communities have always lived in the desert regions of the Kalahari; however, eventually nearly all other San communities in southern Africa were forced into this region.
The ancestors of the hunter-gatherer San people are considered to have been the first inhabitants of what is now Botswana and South Africa.
The historical presence of the San in Botswana is particularly evident in northern Botswana's Tsodilo Hills region.
The San were traditionally semi-nomadic, moving seasonally within certain defined areas based on the availability of resources such as water, game animals, and edible plants.
Despite the lifestyle changes, they have provided a wealth of information in anthropology and genetics.
One broad study of African genetic diversity completed in 2009 found that the San were among the five populations with the highest measured levels of genetic diversity among the 121 distinct African populations sampled.
The age rule resolves any confusion arising from kinship terms, as the older of two people always decides what to call the younger.
Relatively few names circulate (approximately 35 names per sex), and each child is named after a grandparent or another relative.