Uncontacted Tribes

There are already over 100 tribes around the world that have very limited, if any, contact with the outside world. Most are in Papua New Guinea and the Amazon.

Today, Survival International posted these photos of an uncontacted tribe along the Peruvian-Brazilian border.
Here is an iconic image of a Sentinelese man aiming his bow and arrow at an Indian Coast Guard helicopter surveying tsunami damage in the Andaman Islands. There are 40 to 500 Sentinelese left in this world.

Here is an informative piece put out by Survival International about the plight of uncontacted people around the world.

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4 Responses to “Uncontacted Tribes”

  1. uncontacted tribes Says:

    […] Survival International posted these photos of an uncontacted tribe along the Peruvian-Brahttp://wiresmash.com/people/uncontacted-tribes/News results for uncontacted tribesSydney Morning HeraldPreviously uncontacted Amazon Tribe […]

  2. sentinelese | Information Blog Says:

    […] Uncontacted Tribes9 hours ago by admin Here is an iconic image of a Sentinelese man aiming his bow and arrow at an Indian Coast Guard helicopter surveying tsunami damage in the Andaman Islands. There are 40 to 500 Sentinelese left in this world. …WireSmash – http://wiresmash.com […]

  3. contact photo Says:

    […] Survival International posted these photos of an uncontacted tribe along the Peruvian-Brahttp://wiresmash.com/people/uncontacted-tribes/Radiated Heat Weapons burn boy’s arms off Graphic photosJudging by the well documented injuries he […]

  4. George Wurst Says:

    One thing to understand is that the indigenous people will prevail as they have for thousands of years. Not even the corrupt officials in Brazil can change that. For more on this subject, check out Amazon Tribes. Just my 2 cents.

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