HistoryWhich of the following constitute pastoral communities of Africa?

Which of the following constitute pastoral communities of Africa?


  1. A
    Bedouins, Berders, Boran, Maasai, Somali, Turkana
  2. B
    Gollas, Kurumas, Kurubas, Dhangar, Gukkars, Gaddis
  3. C
    Korava, Karacha, Yerukula
  4. D
    Chena, Milpa, Lading, Penda 

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    Solution:

    Bedouins, Berders, Boran, Maasai, Somali, Turkana are the constituent pastoral communities of Africa.
    Pastoralists are a group of people who herd livestock such as cattle, goats, sheep, camels, yaks, Llamas, buffalos, horses, donkeys, and reindeer. This livestock provides them with meat, milk, eggs, and non-food products such as fiber and wool. It involves moving from one place to another in search of food, and water. In many parts of the world, we can see nomads moving with their livestock. In countries like India and Africa, pastoralism has been an important part of society. Millions of people in Africa depend on pastoral activity for their livelihood. Some of the major pastoral communities of Africa include Bedouins, Berbers, Maasai, Somali, Boran, and Turkana.
     
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