Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

Amazing photos of the October issue of National Geographic magazine shows the life of the indigenous tribe in Brazil - Ava (Awá).

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

National Geographic photographer was a guest in the Amazonian people, Ava (Awá), living in the tropical forests of the eastern Amazon.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

Morning swim villagers Posto Ava

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

The family sent into the woods.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

The majority of families have tamed wild animals.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

Awa tribe most vulnerable in the world, suffering from illegal logging, gold mining, as well as drug traffickers, leading a nomadic life.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

Ava still hunt with bows and arrows, collect wild honey and babassu nuts, and still depend on the generosity of primeval forest and water sources.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

The tribe has 600 employees, 100 of which are in contact with the outside world.

Life Amazonian tribe on the verge of extinction

The October issue of National Geographic is dedicated to indigenous Brazilian tribe Ava, reports dailymail.

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domestication of wild animals sometimes by breastfeeding women.