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God told the chameleon not to kill them, so that they should grow and live to their maturity. He then called all the other animals to inform them about the new creatures, which marked the first encounter of animals and human beings. The following day the male creature started twirling sticks and smoke started to gather. This caused fear among the animals, and they warned the man to be careful. However, in the end fire was caused, which set alight the grass-thatched roof of God’s hut. The chameleon managed to climb a tree, but God was very old.
Animals are mostly personified in the principle of totem-animal.
2 The theme of the creator teaching human beings how to hunt also emerged further south. According to Zulu belief in South Africa, the Ancient One, known as uMvelinqangi (the one who first existed or appeared) or uNkulunkulu (the great-great one3), is the Zulu creator. He emerged from the reeds (uthlanga, meaning source4) and from them he brought forth the people and the cattle. He created everything – mountains, streams, snakes and so on. He taught the Zulu how to hunt, how to make fire and how to grow food.
Animals and African Ethics by Kai Horsthemke (auth.)