>>1518762>Oh, I thought we were talking about human evolution, not contemporary anthropology?
OP didn't ask about human evolution.
though why anyone would think the behaviors of some groups of people in Africa represent an evolutionary relict when the same behaviors are displayed by other groups in other continents that certainly didn't evolve there is beyond me. People are pretty dumb though.
Protip: just because someone in Africa does something doesn't necessarily mean they directly inherited the behavior from our ancient African ancestors.
Hell, it's sort of an odd notion that the climate of Africa hasn't changed in the last couple million years. But people are generally ignorant of human evolution so perhaps the fact that these thoughts cross nobody's mind here isn't surprising.