I can’t recall I have ever seen a picture of a balding man from the amazon natives. I can recall I have watched a long time ago a documentary film, in which I have seen an amazon native delousing louses or other insects from another amazon native’s head and then eating the insects. Are they balding-proof thanks to this insects diet?
To my knowledge, balding afflicts all men with no discrimination to race, ethnicity, social class, and even insect diets — with the exceptions being the Native American with ancestry from the Alaskan Bridge, and Aboriginal Australians. I’ve written before about the possibility that there is an isolated gene pool in an isolated area that doesn’t have the hair loss gene, although it is just a what-if until someone studies it.
I just found some wonderful images of Amazon natives at this site, Amazon-Indians.org… and this photo (contains nudity) in particular appears to show hair loss in a native to the rainforest. I don’t know what kind of bugs he eats, if any.
With that said, do you know where I can get some of those insects? They might be worth selling on on this site (don’t take me too seriously here, we’re just before a long weekend).