Throughout Brazil’s immense Amazon region live the world’s largest number of uncontacted tribes. These indigenous groups live in extreme isolation.
Although very little is known about them, it’s obvious that they prefer not to have contact from the outside world.
In recent years, outsiders have brought diseases and violence into their communities, often forcing them out of the forest. Some tribes are even on the brink of extinction.
The aerial footage featured above was taken of one of the last remaining uncontacted tribes on Earth.