Footage of isolated indians in the Amazon

You may have seen, this week, the first images of a group of isolated Amazonian Indians that live near the Peru-Brazilian border. This is the moving aerial footage produced by José Carlos Moraes, from Funai, the federal agency responsible for Native Brazilians affairs. It was published a few hours ago by The New York Times Green blog.

4 thoughts on “Footage of isolated indians in the Amazon”

  1. Danielle, thank you for being always present around here. I am working hard and hope to make DB a place where you can find both entertainment and very reliable, useful info. Kiss, R.

  2. I am from Lake Munmorah in New South Wales, Australia. Please, please leave the indians alone. STOP the logging now before it is too late.

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