There are so many wonderful things in the world. According to legend, there were animals as tall as buildings and even animals capable of breathing fire. Only God may understand how these creatures came to be extinct. The Mbutsi are thought to be the world's shortest people in history. Congo is home to the Mbutsi people. Sudanic and Bantu are their primary languages.
They live in a tropical rainforest that covers an area of around 70,000 km2 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's north and northeast.
They are separated into three categories.
This community speaks the Central Sudanese language, which they share with their neighbors.
3.The Mangbetu is also spoken by the Asua tribe.
A standard Mbuti stands at 137 cm in height.
A typical Mbuti stands 137 cm tall for men and 135 cm tall for women. They are thought to be descended from the Stone Age.
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