Monday, 8 September 2014

Photos Capture Amazon Tribe As They Beat And Strip Illegal Loggers

Huffington Post
The Ka'apor Indians, a tribe of indigenous Brazilians living in the northeast region of the country's expansive rainforest, have begun taking up arms against illegal loggers who are threatening their homeland. On one of their recent searches for loggers, they were joined by Reuters photographer Lunae Parracho, who documented the scene when they reportedly found a number of the men. Story here.

1 comment:

P in P said...

"Those who make peaceful evolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." JFK

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