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More than 100 'uncontacted' tribes exist - Tech Insider

10.6.16

More than 100 'uncontacted' tribes exist - Tech Insider: Despite these connections, dozens of groups manage to preserve their isolation and ways of life.

Unfortunately, environmental destruction and exploitation — such as clearing forests for timber and farms — put many of these cultures at great risk. Survival International, the Brazilian government's FUNAI (National Indian Foundation), and other advocacy groups seek to protect vulnerable tribes without interfering with them.

Here's where some of these groups live and the challenges they face in preserving their unique existence.


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