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A short documentary, where the first images of a unknown tribe are retrieved by flying overhead the villiage in South America's Amazon. These people have not encountered anyone outside of their community, and are known as an 'uncontactable tribe'.

For the first time, extraordinary aerial footage of one of the world's last uncontacted tribes has been released. Survival's new film, narrated by Gillian Anderson, has launched our campaign to help protect the earth's most vulnerable peoples.

San men preparing for hunting in the Living Museum of the Ju?Hoansi-San, Grashoek, NamibiaG1C8X4 San men preparing for hunting in the Living Museum of the Ju?Hoansi-San, Grashoek, Namibia

The tribes paying the brutal price of conservation

San men preparing for hunting in the Living Museum of the Ju?Hoansi-San, Grashoek, San men preparing for hunting in the Living Museum of the Ju?

The 'Last of His Tribe's' house and garden where he grows manioc and other vegetables, Brazil.

The house of ‘The Last of his Tribe’, a sole surviving uncontacted man who lives on his own in the forest after the rest of his tribe were massacred

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is an ongoing inernational effort to protect the rights of indigenous peoples worldwide.

United Nations For Indigenous Peoples

Satellite imagery shows how indigenous territories (numbered green areas) conserve Amazon rainforest and act as a barrier to deforestation (other colors)

Before the arrival of Europeans in Brazil was home to at least tribes with a total estimated population of 5 - 13 million people.

Three generations of women in a San Bushmen family.

The tribes paying the brutal price of conservation

Three generations of women in a San Bushmen family.

According to the United Nations, there are approximately 400 million Indigenous people worldwide, making up more than distinct tribes.

1. World Population  Image Source: Mixedmartial There are currently about 7.1 billion people living on planet earth. How many of the world’s population are indigenous? According to the latest reports, a total of 370 million individuals. They currently live in 70 countries around the world and rep

Forest tribes in India’s southwestern Andhra Pradesh state fear they will soon be homeless when a dam floods their ancestral lands. They are turning to sustainable agriculture in preparation for displacement to less fertile areas.

Over three years, photographer Jimmy Nelson travelled the world, ‘visiting more than 35 groups, tribes and people of indigenous cultures’ to create his incredible photo series, 'Before They Pass Away'.

Jimmy Nelson Portrays The Disappearing Tribes Of The World

Parenting lessons from ancient tribes around the world, conversation with a photographer. This is a very interesting article! Chukchi - JIMMY NELSON, BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY

This map shows the first landing places of the South Island canoes and the three sites where James Cook stepped ashore on the South Island. Two of these places, Dusky Sound and Ship Cove in Queen Charlotte Sound, were also visited by Cook on his second and third voyages.

This map shows the first landing places of the South Island canoes and the three sites where James Cook stepped ashore on the South Island. Two of these places, Dusky Sound and Ship Cove in Queen Charlotte Sound, were also visited by Cook on his second and third voyages.

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