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Members of a small, isolated Amazon tribe are captured on video footage released by the Brazilian government. In the video, ...
members of the nomadic Kawahiva tribe can be seen passing through the thick jungle. Many of the tribespeople are naked and some are carrying what appear to be weapons or tools. One woman is seen carrying a child on her back. The images were captured in 2011 by FUNAI, Brazil's government agency responsible for indigenous peoples' rights.
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Members of a small, isolated Amazon tribe are captured on video footage released by the Brazilian government. In the video, members of the nomadic Kawahiva tribe can be seen passing through the thick jungle. Many of the tribespeople are naked and some are carrying what appear to be weapons or tools. One woman is seen carrying a child on her back. The images were captured in 2011 by FUNAI, Brazil's government agency responsible for indigenous peoples' rights. The Kawahiva are known to have very little contact with other indigenous tribes and even less with non-indigenous peoples. Existence of the Kawahiva people was first documented in 1999. Since 2005 the Kawahiva have faced the illegal sale of some of their land. Last year more than 400,000 acres were reserved in the state of Mato Grosso for the Kawahiva, but they remain in danger of hostile contact with loggers and farmers, according to FUNAI. Being nomadic, and not practising agriculture, the Kawahiva require a vast amount of land to sustain their livelihood According to FUNAI, there are at least 32 Kawahiva living in the Amazon.