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ǃKung people

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  1. The ǃKung, or ǃXũ as it is also spelled in English, also called the Juǀʼhoansi, are a people living in the Kalahari Desert in Namibia, Botswana and in Angola

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  2. They speak the ǃKung language, noted for using click consonants, generally classified as part of the Khoisan language family

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  3. Therefore, in pronouncing "Kung" one makes a click sound before the consonant, often represented in texts as an exclamation mark

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  4. Historically, the ǃKung people lived in semi-permanent villages of about 10-30 people usually located around a system of water

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  5. They also speak Portuguese in Angola and Afrikaans and English in Namibia

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