Isolated Amazon Tribes Threatened by Logging, Groups Say

New York Times: Members of the “uncontacted” Amazon tribe in western Brazil near the Peruvian border. Brazilian officials have released new aerial photographs of a highly isolated tribe living deep in the Amazon rainforest in a bid to draw attention to the threat posed to its existence by illegal logging in neighboring Peru. This is the second time the tribe has been photographed by Brazil`s Indian Affairs department. In 2008, images of tribe members shooting arrows at an airplane quickly circulated the globe......

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