Photos of isolated Amazonian tribe raise awareness of deforestation in Brazil, Peru

Christian Science Monitor: An indigenous rights group this week released stunning new photos of a supposedly isolated Amazonian tribe, saying illegal loggers operating near Brazil’s remote eastern border with Peru are threatening their survival. The photos show five almost-naked Panoan Indians covered in natural red dyes, probably from the urucu or annatto plant. Some of them are holding bows and arrows and all appear healthy. The photos were taken by Brazil’s National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) and given to the London-based......

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