First pictures show uncontacted tribe in Brazil

first pictures show uncontacted tribe in brazil
First pictures show uncontacted tribe in Brazil
The first ever pictures of an uncontacted tribe in the Amazon rainforest have been released by a Brazilian agency responsible for maintaining their isolation.
Funai, the Brazilian National Indian Foundation, published a video taken from a drone showing a group of people in a jungle clearing.

The tribe have been known about and studied from a distance for some time, Funai said, but never previously photographed.

Funai’s policy is not to initiate contact with such groups but to monitor their welfare.

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