Photos of Amazonian tribes were released by Brazil in a move to protect the indigenous people living in the jungle.
The photos were released by the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) of Brazil. The foundation aims to protect these people from illegal loggers who threaten to destroy the Amazon forests and in effect annihilate the tribes.
Stephen Cory, director of the rights organization Survival International said that the government should step up on its efforts to protect those people living in the Amazon.
"Illegal loggers will destroy this indigenous people. It is essential that the Peruvian government stop them before it is too late.”
FUNAI said that there are about 67 tribes in Brazil who are living on their own world with no regular contact with the modern world outside the jungles.
Check out photos of uncontacted Amazon tribes:
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