Images of Uncontacted Tribes   Leave a comment

Mascho-Piro People

In the closest images of an uncontacted tribe ever, a Survival international photographer captured a family of Mascho-Piro people on film near a river in Peru.
 

Uncontacted

Three Mascho-Piro men by a river in southeast Peru. The area has been closed to visitors to protect the tribe and those who might try to contact them.
 

Mascho-Piro Man and Woman

A Mascho-Piro man and woman. The group choses to live away from civilization, likely because of past brutalities when outsiders encroached on their land.
 

Uncontacted Indians

This 2010 image part of an uncontacted Indian tribe in western Brazil. The tribe has disappeared since a group of armed men (presumed to be Peruvian drug traffickers) overran a Brazilian guardpost near the tribe’s lands. Brazilian officials are now looking for signs of the missing Indians.
 

Uncontacted Indian

This 2010 image shows a member of an uncontacted Indian tribe in western Brazil. The tribe has disappeared since a group of armed men (presumed to be Peruvian drug traffickers) overran a Brazilian guardpost near the tribe’s lands. Brazilian officials are now looking for signs of the missing Indians.
 

Uncontacted Tribe

This 2010 image shows part of an uncontacted Indian tribe in western Brazil. The tribe has disappeared since a group of armed men (presumed to be Peruvian drug traffickers) overran a Brazilian guardpost near the tribe’s lands. Brazilian officials are now looking for signs of the missing tribe.
 

Uncontacted Village

Home belonging to an uncontacted Indian tribe are surrounded by crops in a clearing in the Javari Valley of the western Amazon.
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Posted July 29, 2013 by kitokinimi in Uncategorized

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