Homo rhodesiensis is a species of human that inhabits the West and South of Africa, as well as Eastern and Southern South America. They originated in Africa, and slowly spread throughout the continent, competing with their fellow African humans the Cro-Magnon. Eventually, some crossed the Atlantic Ocean on boats and landed in South America, where they inhabited much of Brazil and Patagonia, and competed with the Neanderthals in the Andes.
They are the strongest species of human, but are not as smart as Neanderthals and Cro-Magnon. They are well-adapted to Tropical climates.