The Uncontacted Indians of Peru*
At risk of extinction from disease and land loss. In the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Peru live tribes who have no contact with the outside world.
Oil workers and illegal loggers are invading their land and bringing disease. They won’t survive unless this stops.
Photo: Raya, a Nahua elder. More than half his people were wiped out after their land was opened up for oil exploration, Peru.
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