Rare uncontacted tribe photographed in Amazon

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  1. goldminer

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Amazon Indians from one of the world's last uncontacted tribes have been photographed from the air, with striking images released on Thursday showing them painted bright red and brandishing bows and arrows.

    The photographs of the tribe near the border between Brazil and Peru are rare evidence that such groups exist. A Brazilian official involved in the expedition said many of them are in increasing danger from illegal logging.

    Now I know I saw these guys on Gilligan's Island.

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    i thought this was going to be a joke for sure. but thats pretty cool. i love how they're about to fire off a couple arrows at the ghetto bird
  3. Jaydog

    I guess they don't recieve the Sunday Paper...
  4. Reus

    look like pygmies.

  6. shinerunner

    They don't like cameras
  7. duanediego

    they looked super stoked to see a helicopter.

    Now were gonna have even more people looking for WSB at Catalina.

  10. goldminer

    Dru Ski
    Harry Ski &
    Joe Ski
  11. PHOTOG

    They're not violent, the starbucks runner is just late...and they're out of smokes.
  12. aaronj

    Here's a closeup of the one they call Cannabal - Ski

  13. fishnRB

    How cute pink undies!
  14. Reus

    bullshit i definetly see ceez in the first pic.
  15. ryanm

    They didn't find the last uncontacted natives, they found the secret hide out of freed Oompah Loompahs!
  16. Shaka760

    Monster Energy drink on the keyboard!!! :hali_ruahahaha:
  17. Saluki

    I wonder if they have fishing regulations there?
  18. ECMFab

    Wow... to think there is soo much technology and people out there going about their lives and way out there are people who have never seen a flying machine or the white man..
  19. ryanm

    ......or a tady 45!
  20. jesse

    Is that really the Amazon or deep in the cut of East County:D
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