indigenous population

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indigenous population

indigenous population

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The people who were present in a country before it became colonized by people from another, generally more aggressive, culture in possession of weapons that enabled them to take over the territory previously occupied by the indigenous population. The indigenous population has usually been present since that region or territory was first occupied by humans, i.e., it is an aboriginal population, often nomadic hunter-gatherers. Colonization almost always has caused major disruption of the habitat and way of life of indigenous populations and has given rise to many serious and intractable health problems among most of them.

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