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Brazil must save Amazon's Kawahiva tribe from genocide - The Ecologist


Brazil must save Amazon's Kawahiva tribe from genocide - The Ecologist: On the southern fringes of the Amazon, in an area of dense rainforest in Mato Grosso do Sul state, a small band of people are on the run.

You probably haven't heard of them, and they haven't heard of you, but as one of the last uncontacted tribes on Earth that is unlikely to bother them all that much.

They are known as the Kawahiva, and the increasing encroachment of loggers and other outsiders into their lands threatens to wipe out their society forever.

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