This extremely tribe in Amazon forests is in trouble, read to know the reason behind this
Most of the world has stepped into the advanced technology stage and this has connected even the most remote places on the planet. But there are many places on Earth where some native tribes are still living in isolation and have even refused to be contacted by other people. There is one such tribe in Lakshadweep Island in India and one such tribe is present in the Amazonian rain forest and the worrying thing is that their existence is under severe danger. Read to know more about why they are in danger.
1 The Moxihatetema Tribe
Brazil’s indigenous affairs ministry Fundação Nacional do Índio or better known as FUNAI has released some new and never seen before photos of a completely uncontacted tribe living in Amazon known as Moxihatetema Tribe. They live in the Yanomami Indigenous territory and continue to avoid contact from advanced modern humans in order to protect the region from illegal mining. These people are tribe of 100 people and they live in Yanomami territory which is twice the size of Switzerland with 9.6 million hectares of land which crosses over from Brazil into Venezuela. Their progress has been monitored from air since they have resisted contact from officials. But their existence has been constantly threatened by a very real danger.