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Photos Of Amazon Tribe Unreached So Far Showing How Vulnerable They've Become



They are being wiped out due to illegal mining.

#7 The Pretty And Peaceful Abode

#7 The Pretty And Peaceful Abode

This pretty place on Earth is home to the Moxihatetema tribe. It is situated in the Yanomani territory which is in Brazil.

The people of this tribe are in danger the experts say. Survival International warned that " Miners have brought diseases like Malaria to the region and polluted Yanomani food and water sources with mercury, leading to a serious health crisis."

#6 Location

#6 Location

The Yanomami Indian Territory.
It was established by the Brazilian Government in 1992 before the Earth Summit in Brazil. This place was contaminated due to the intrusion of illegal miners. The government has invested huge amounts of revenues to clear the place of the illegal miners but, now the funds have been cut down and over 5000 illegal miners are still currently operating in and around this territory.

#5 Their Abode

#5 Their Abode

There are nearly three Yanomami group living within this territory and Moxihatetema tribe is the one among them which contains around 100 people living together.

#4 A Tribal

#4 A Tribal

This is a tribal of the Moxihatetema tribe looking up at the camera during an aerial shot. Their vulnerability is being depicted from the picture.

#3 Tracking Them

#3 Tracking Them

They don't meet people easily. A year ago, they were contacted but, they met after a great plea. Since then their progress is made via aerial photography.

#2 Their Survival

#2 Their Survival

Moxihatetema Tribe is not the only uncontacted tribe. They are always on the go in the rainforest and researchers have been tracking them and their progress. They are of the opinion that the illegal minors might play with the security of health and survival of the tribals. Their isolation has protected them so far and with all the intrusion their survival is at stake.

#1 The Yanomamis

#1 The Yanomamis

A Survival International spokesman told Fox News "We estimate that there are around 100 uncontacted tribes around the world, the vast majority of which are in South America, in the Amazon," These tribes have great anthropological significance and these photos have spur pleas to protect them. Live and Let Live should be the guiding light.



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