Why Is Africa Called the Motherland?

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Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent. It has countries like Uganda, South Africa, Cameroon Egypt, Eritrea, and Senegal among others. Africa is often referred to as 'the motherland' because; Homo Sapien Sapien or Modern Man first appeared in Africa.
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Because that's where the earliest records of homo sapiens were found.
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Homo Sapien Sapien or Modern Man first appeared in Africa, East Africa rift valley between 200,000-160,000 years ago the oldest known fossils of a modern human were found in Ethiopia
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Africa is the cradle of the human race
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Hi Margaret, That's because scientists believe that the origion of human menkind was in Africa and migrated to other continents during the generations. Best regards,
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