Aerial Photos of Uncontacted People at the Brazilian-Peruvian Border

This image released Thursday, May 29, 2008 by Survival International, shows uncontacted Indians of the Ethno-Environmental Protected Area along the Envira River, in the Brazilian state of Acre, close to the border with Peru, photographed during a flight in May 2008. (AP Photo/Funai) ** NO SALES **


5 thoughts on “Uncontacted People from the Envira Region at the Brazilian-Peruvian Border”

  1. first thought: spear chuckers!!!

  2. Yeah that guy in the middle looks like he is throwing a spear and not shooting an arrow. I wish it were in higher resolution so I could see for sure!

  3. I wonder what the significance of the variation in the colors they wear is, if any. The ones in black and red stand out so sharply from the rest of the group.

  4. I find it incredible that there are still people in the world who have not been contacted. I guess that is why Christ has not yet come back. These people have not heard the “Good News”.

  5. Felicia said:

    As an anthropology student, I was excited to hear that some cultures remain untouched by outsiders. However, the ethical issues surrounded by making contact are sure to be the forefront of news to come. Personally, I have mixed feelings about the manner

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