This Southeast Asian Tribe is Full of Actual Superhumans

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Hidden in beautiful Southeast Asia, a unique tribe of people has existed for centuries specifically to perform one task. Over time, their bodies adapted to their needs, leading scientists to believe that they are evolved superhumans... 

Far Away From Society...

You may have seen pictures of them in National Geographic, but you probably don’t know who they are. This is the Bajau Laut tribe. They’re located on several of the beautiful shores of Southeast Asia. They have been living on the water for centuries, sustaining themselves entirely from the fruits of the ocean and the shore. This type of lifestyle is unique to the Bajau Laut tribe exclusively, there is no other society like theirs on Earth...

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Unlike Anyone Else

The average member of the Bajau Laut tribe spends 60% of their lives in and on water. These tribes have been able to survive by strictly consuming food and water sourced from the ocean and the surrounding areas. Needless to say, this lifestyle has changed the way these individuals develop physically over time. Due to the centuries-old bloodline and the rigid lifestyle restrictions that these individuals have put themselves under, the Bajau Laut tribe’s genetic structure evolved differently from the average land-dwelling human. In fact, some scientists think that they’re superhumans…

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