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The expression of the Bushman Canine dental trait among the Chewa tribe of East-Central Africa is described and compared with that of other African populations. Dental hard stone casts were obtained from 82 males and 76 females, and the trait was scored using the Arizona State University dental plaque system. No significant sexual dimorphism in the occurrence of the trait was found according to the chi-square test. The frequency of the Bushman Canine in the Chewa is markedly lower than that indoi:10.1537/ase1911.99.411 fatcat:2qdhhb4yn5fbpnw65eo4x33ziy