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The Tasaday (tɑˈsɑdɑj) are a Philippine indigenous people of the Lake Sebu area in are considered to belong to the Lumad group, along with the other indigenous groups on the island. They attracted widespread media attention in , when a journalist of the Manila Associated Press bureau chief reported their discovery, amid apparent "Stone Age" technology and in complete Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.
Tasaday - A Hypothesis of Tasaday History before As of , there are still few facts known about how the Tasaday lived in the recent past. Based on the data available, however, most anthropologists are led to accept the following tentative interpretation: it may be inferred that during the first half of the twentieth century the Tasaday.
· Tasaday. Published J am. Airing on J Monday late night after Saksi In , a band of cave-dwelling people called the Tasadays was discovered in a very remote rainforest in South Cotabato. They were allegedly living a very Paleolithic lifestyle, using tools made of stone and wood, surviving in the wild by hunting.
· El engaño de los cavernícolas tasaday de Filipinas. Hace un mes, se dio a conocer una fotografía que mostraba a una tribu que vivía en el recóndito Amazonas, se dijo que vivían en cavernas y que nunca habían tenido contacto con el mundo exterior. No, tampoco tenían iPhone. Esta noticia dio la vuelta al mundo y en diversos medios se dijo.
Tasaday, small group of people living in the highland rain forest of Mindanao, in the their existence was first reported by anthropological investigators in , the Tasaday, numbering about 25 individuals, apparently had been living a virtually isolated, primitive (incorrectly labeled “Stone Age”) existence until they were discovered by nearby settled tribes in
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