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Secret life of the Amazon Indians: Incredible Images Show Near-extinct Awá tribe at Work and Play



Posted on 15 February 2011
From Mail Online (UK): Heads garlanded in feathers and bands of plumes laced around their triceps, Amazon Indians demonstrate their skills with bows and arrows. The men are some of the last remaining members of the Awá tribe, a nomadic group who live deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle. But despite desperate attempts to preserve their traditional way of life, the group are fighting a losing battle against the incursions of illegal loggers. Read more...