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Incêndios na Amazônia ameaçam índios isolados Awá-Guajá
Incêndio atinge terras indígenas do Xingu e Arariboia
Incêndios atingem terras indígenas na Amazônia
Where they are How many MA 365 (Siasi/Sesai, 2012)
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The Guajá reside in Brazil's pre-Amazon region and are one of the last groups of hunter-gatherers of Brazil, and the world. In addition to those Guajá who were contacted and settled by Brazil's Indian Service (FUNAI), an unknown number are still uncontacted and live in the adjacent forested areas of this region.
The Awá Indians of Amazonian Brazil: the most endangered tribe on earth @ Vanity Fair Magazine