The legend of the women warriors roamed all the heavenly realms. It belongs to those uniform circle of dreams and ideas around which the poetic and religious imagination of all human races and all ages gravitate almost instinctively Alexander von Humboldt Amazonas, engraving by Walter Raleigh, One of the most fascinating legends of the mythical culture of the Amazon region is the saga of the female warriors called Amazons. A story so extraordinary that the memory of this great tribe ended up giving name to the whole extense region of tropical-equatorial jungle. Since the first incursions of the europeans crossing the Atlantic to conquer territories, chroniclers Spanishes and Portugueses, among others, talk about these brave women of South America.
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The Uncontacted Indians of Brazil At risk of extinction from disease and land loss In the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil live tribes who have no contact with the outside world. Illegal loggers and cattle ranchers are invading their land and bringing disease. The photos reveal a thriving, healthy community with baskets full of manioc and papaya fresh from their gardens. Their decision not to maintain contact with other tribes and outsiders is almost certainly a result of previous disastrous encounters and the ongoing invasion and destruction of their forest home. For example, the uncontacted groups living in the state of Acre are probably survivors of the rubber boom, when many Indians were enslaved.
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The Jarawa are one of four ancient "Negroid" tribes barely surviving on the Andamans. Last month, Indian scientists said DNA evidence suggested they were direct descendents of man's earliest ancestors, who migrated from Africa 65, to 70, years ago, only to be stranded on the islands by rising seawater. The footage released by British newspaper The Observer shows half-clad Jarawa tribal women and children being forced to dance and sing, following the instructions of an individual, allegedly a policeman who accepted bribes from tourists for that purpose. India's Tribal Affairs Minister, V. Kishore Chandra Deo, announced an official probe on Wednesday.