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Indigenous Beauty from the Amazon Rainforest

Love is Stronger Than Differences

Indigenous Tribes of Brazil add even more to the cultural experience of visiting this amazing country.

© Photograph by Art Wolfe / Location: Amazon rainforest on border of Venezuela & Brazil (Yanomamo tribe)

Yanomamo girl with blue-headed parrot, Parima Tapirapeco National Park, Venezuela by Art Wolfe

Siberia: the Nenets are completely isolated reindeer herders, living with temperatures from minus 50°C in winter to 35°C in summer. By Jimmy Nelson in "Before they pass away"

Stunning Photographs of the World’s Last Indigenous Tribes

Siberia: the Nenets are completely isolated reindeer herders, living with temperatures from minus in winter to in summer. By Jimmy Nelson in "Before they pass away"

This map of Mexico features both the original and commonly known names of some indigenous nations. View the full map (PDF).

The Map Of Native American Tribes You've Never Seen Before

And of the Central American peoples. Aaron Carapella couldn't find a map showing the original names and locations of Native American tribes as they existed before contact with Europeans. That's why the Oklahoma man designed his own map.

"Deep in the Amazon, a Tiny Tribe is Beating Big Oil" (article) (via YES Magazine) (12 February 2015) Features the indigenous people of Sarayaku in Ecuador, and their fight to protect themselves and the land from fossil fuel exploitation and the effects of climate change.

The people of Sarayaku are a leading force in century indigenous resistance, engaging the western world politically, legally, and philosophically.

Kayapo Portraits | BEPRÔ wears the beads and cotton-wrapped earrings that boys receive as part of their naming ceremony. | ©Martin Schoeller

BEPRÔ wears the beads and cotton-wrapped earrings that boys receive as part of their naming ceremony. Photograph by Martin Schoeller, National Geographic

The Shipibo are one of the many indigenous tribes in Peru who, throughout history, have recorded their songs (icaros) into elaborate embroidery - geometric designs that correlate directly with nature. And the songs of the Aborigines can be painted because they are actually maps of the landscape. -- Dreamwork with Toko-pa | (Image: ©Thomas Hoepker 1962)

(Peru) Shipibo Indian woman with face paintings in a village on the Ucayali river. The Shipibo community consists of about people. Presently, Shipibo people speak Spanish, along with their native language.

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