Visiting North Sentinel – An Island Untouched For 60,000 Years
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Visiting North Sentinel – An Island Untouched For 60,000 Years

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Known as “the most dangerous island in the world” – north sentinel island has been isolated from the rest of the world for a long time. Lets visit the past of north … .

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42 thoughts on “Visiting North Sentinel – An Island Untouched For 60,000 Years

  1. Holy shit. I went on to snapmaps and i actually saw that big shipwreck. I want to know so much more about this stuff and i have questions that will most likely be unanswered. This is so interesting but yall have gotta leave them alone. The Indian government is very good for giving the tribe their privacy. W government

  2. From among all the tribes in the A& Nicober like Great Andamanese, Nicoberese, Jarwa Onges, the Shomphens are the most friendly and hence the most advanced among them…. Racially Shomphens belong to Mongoloid stock, like the neighbouring Burmese and the South East Asian. Others in the A&N are Negritos. The Sentinalese, because of their small pocket of isolated island they remain virtually the same as branch of earliest people…
    These population are the remnants from the earliest Human who moved 'Out of Africa' 65,000 yrs ago. These population expanded along the land connection across the coast of Mid-East, Indian sub-continent, South-East Asia, Indo-Pacific, P& N Guinea and to Australia…So along these path some of the descendants from these early Human can still be seen. In certain region which become cut off after the end of last Ice Age when sea level rose thereby making as small island and islets isolating them for millennia. Those who had the longest period of isolation stand out as the genetically closest to the original population….. some are ofcourse no more isolated as the European colonizers had stepped in these lands….
    Along these path of migration the other remnants are Aeta (Phillipines), Orang Asli (Malaysia, tribes of Papua N Guinea, Vanuatu, Micronesia and Australian Aborigines etc. The Sentinalese and the other in the A&Nicober are few of them….

  3. I have visited there and they r dangerous believe me local police doesnt let go tourist there coz they are armed with bows and spears plus indian government is careful with them that they dont contact with normal humans can infect them too they r almost prehistoric antiques. Theres also a local story there that government wanted to socialize with them and offered them pigs to eat but they chopped its head and buried it thus the gov knew they dont want to socialize at all.

  4. 1)Organize a lavish private cruise.
    2)Invite multiple ppl w/ bounties on their head.
    3)Sink boat close enough for ppl to swim to shore.
    4)Escape sinking boat on hidden jetski.
    5)Watch the Sentinelese do the rest.😂🤑🤑😵☠

    Jk jk.. Seriously though, imagine the efficacy. Cleanest contract kill ever. 😂😂😂

  5. Woah the land there has been untouched since thousands of years. A lot about civilization can be learnt by conducting research on that land. There might be an interesting history unveiled

  6. Yea no shit they're living the way people are supposed to. We live like there's some big catch and we try to got the the bottom of everything. Too curious I would say. So therfore "unnaturing" everything if you will..

  7. Ya we should just send in drones and fake camera animals/birds and watch and study them without them knowing and then after learning there entire language just show up there talking there language lol they would be like what the hell how do you know our language. They would be less likely to kill us if they could talk to us and understand what we were saying. Then they could just ask you to leave and tell you why instead of just screaming or shooting at you.

  8. I went and spoke to the sentinel people and they told me they escaped Africa before they could be caught, enslaved and sold by Africa for slavery. Good for them!! They are free of Africas slave trade.

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