Isolated Amazon tribe captured for the first time on video before vanishing into the woods after encounter with 'the enemy' By Daily Mail Reporter Published: Next story The Royal pardon me! The video clip, which clocks in at 1 minute, 26 seconds, was made by a team of explorers from the National Indian Foundation FUNAI - the Brazilian government agency responsible for mapping out and protecting lands traditionally inhabited by indigenous communities. According to FUNAI, the government bureau of Indian affairs, the culture, and even the very survival of tribes living in Brazil, is threatened by illegal fishing, hunting, logging and mining in the area, along with deforestation by farmers, missionary activity and drug trafficking. The rare images show several members of the Kawahiva tribe walking through dense foliage. Over the course of two decades, experts have come across several temporary camps in the jungle and found many objects produced by the tribesmen, including a primitive loom used in the making of arrows. For SEX sort of:
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Brazil's isolated Amazon Kawahiva Tribe captured for first time on video
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