The word "Cannibals" was originally used as a name of certain people. How are they called today?

Ethiopians
Carib people
Dayaks of Borneo
Australian Aborigines
Many his­to­ri­ans believe that can­ni­bal­ism was rare or even non existent among Carib people. In 1503 Queen Isabella ruled that only people who were better off under slavery (e­spe­cial­ly can­ni­bal­s) could legally be taken as slaves. This provided Spaniards an in­cen­tive for iden­ti­fy­ing various groups as can­ni­bals to enslave them.

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Ethiopians
Carib people
Dayaks of Borneo
Australian Aborigines
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flagSpain
2%
74%
7%
12%
39
flagGermany
8%
58%
18%
13%
195
flagthe Netherlands
2%
56%
22%
20%
50
flagSwitzerland
6%
56%
18%
12%
16
flagPoland
8%
52%
21%
17%
13227
flagUkraine
4%
52%
13%
30%
23
flagthe United Kingdom
10%
51%
23%
13%
366
flagCanada
6%
51%
25%
16%
43
flagSweden
7%
50%
15%
26%
26
flagFrance
9%
48%
12%
27%
54
flagItaly
2%
51%
17%
28%
39
flagNorway
8%
47%
29%
14%
34
flagBelgium
21%
47%
15%
15%
19
flagthe United States
13%
45%
23%
15%
409
flagIndia
18%
40%
22%
16%
49
flagAustralia
23%
35%
41%
0%
17
flagUnknown
11%
32%
32%
23%
385
flagCzech Republic
0%
31%
37%
31%
16
flagRepublic of Ireland
17%
26%
29%
24%
41
flagLithuania
11%
17%
17%
52%
17

Gender

men44%
women42%
Ethiopians
8%
11%
Carib people
44%
42%
Dayaks of Borneo
29%
23%
Australian Aborigines
17%
22%

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