I heard someone say that the Garden Of Eden is somewhere in Africa. Is this true? Where is it?
Where Is The Garden Of Eden In Africa?
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If by Garden of Eden you mean the place the first humans resided, then it’s considered the African nation of Botswana.
This is actually research-backed. This major study of DNA found out that the maternal genetic lineage of anatomically modern humans can be traced back to the south of the Zambezi River based on the DNA of the people living around said river – which includes people from northern Botswana, Namibia to the west, and Zimbabwe to the east.
The study said that the human population thrived there for 70,000 years but had to migrate elsewhere due to the climate change that turned what was the largest African lake into the desert we now know as the Kalahari Desert.
Between 130,000 and 110,000 years ago, the population separated into groups and that led to ethnic, cultural, and even genetic diversity.