Yesterday I posted a story about another uncontacted tribe being discovered in a remote region of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil. In that post, I mentioned that there are a number of such tribes in the Amazon, and that the Brazilian government has been taking steps to protect them and their environment from outside threats. It turns out, the BBC documentary Human Planet filmed a piece on those tribes, which you can watch below. The video does a good job of explaining the situation while offering up some fascinating images of these isolated people who continue to live in the same manner that they have for generations.
While watching the video and seeing these tribes first hand, I can’t help but wonder what they think about the airplane that is flying overhead and shooting the images. The narrator says that the plane stayed a kilometer away, but I’m still intrigued by thoughts of what that first contact was like for the people in the village.
Big thanks to Ethnonomad for sharing the video with me!
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2 thoughts on “BBC Video On Uncontacted Tribes”
Thank you Kraig! I will keep you updated on the videos and stories related to this topic.
Over the past years, I've have worked in isolated communities in Africa and Latin America. Hopefully one day I will be able to share some of my photos with you. Wish you all the best. Keep up the good work!
Thanks for posting! I had no idea many tribes like this were left.
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