Powerful Photographs By Sebastião Salgado, The Largest Indian Tribe The Yanomami, Isolated Yet Imperiled

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The Yanomami, also spelled Yąnomamö or Yanomama, are a group of approximately 35,000 indigenous people who live in some 200–250 villages in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Venezuela and Brazil.  (Wikipedia)

These photographs published recently revel the life of people living in that tribe, though they are under the protection of official, but still, alarmed by reports that the tribe’s survival is again at risk.

Below are some of the photos.

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

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Photographs of Indian tribe the Yanomami by Sebastião Salgado

Source: Washingtonpost

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