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Yanomami Children

Yanomami Children

Crianças indígenas etnia Karajá

Belo monte dam essay taken, means that are harmful for the correct sustenance of the nature. This is the case of the Belo Monte dam, and many other similar projects as well.

Carajá Indian Kids (Brazil)

Brazil By Locals Índios Brasileiros Brazilian Indians

South America: Brazil http://www.pinterest.com/luralane/beautiful-people-of-he-world/

A little girl from Brazil

Choco Kids, Wichi Wab, Panama

Cultures Captured: The World's Tribes and Subcultures: William Coupon - Panama children

Bororo, Mato Grosso

A young member of the Bororo tribe in the state of Mato Grosso, central Brazil, decorated for a typical celebration.

Upper Xingu Indian children, Matogrosso Region, Brazil

Upper Xingu Indian children, Matogrosso Region, Brazil

Xingu. Adornos. Pinturas.

Xingu. Adornos. Pinturas.

Ashaninkas-A área de ocupação dos Ashaninka estende-se por um vasto território, desde a região do Alto Juruá e da margem direita do rio Envira, em terras brasileiras, até as vertentes da cordilheira andina no Peru, ocupando parte das bacias dos rios Urubamba, Ene, Tambo, Alto Perene, Pachitea, Pichis, Alto Ucayali, e as regiões de Montaña e do Gran Pajonal.

Ashaninka girl from Peru.

Karaja Brasil

karaja natives of brazil

Povo Karajá, Aldeia Fontoura, Ilha do Bananal, Tocantins, Brasil, 2001

Povo Karajá, Aldeia Fontoura, Ilha do Bananal, Tocantins, Brasil, 2001

Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brasil© Wilfred Paulse.

Indian Enawene Nawe at the Indian Games in Cuiabá, Brazil

Amazonie

MamaÉ me mima

Niño indio del Amazonas - La región amazónica de Colombia es escasamente poblada y el hogar de más de 70 grupos étnicos indígenas.

A Munduruku Indian child is pictured at the Planalto Palace, where a meeting with Minister of the General Secretariat of the Presidency of Brazil Gilberto Carvalho was being held with other Munduruku Indians, in Brasilia, June President D.

The Kaxinawá people (Huni Kuin) are an indigenous people of Brazil and Peru.

Huni Kui indian, posing on the kuntanawa festival, in Acre, Brazil

Kaiapos

The Eyes of Children around the World unknown author

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