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  • Title:  Yanomami Community, Venezuela
  • Description:  A young Yanomami girl eating "abiu", a common jungle fruit. Considered the Native Americans of South America, the forest-dwelling tribe live in the Amazon rainforest on both sides of the Brazil-Venezuelan border along the Orinoco iver. With a population of about 23,000, the culture of this community of hunter-agriculturists was under threat after the discovery of gold in their territory brought an influx of miners. Diseases such as malaria and onchocerciasis continues to be a problem, although efforts have been taken to protect the group. Today, the Yanomami Indigenous Territory is recognised as an important conservation group to protect the AmazonÕs biodiversity. High Orinoco, Venezuela. July, 2007.
  • Credits:  Diego Martinez/Majority World
  • Keywords:  abiu, amazon, community, culture, diego martinez, eating, environment, food, forest, fruit, fruits, indians, indigenous, jungle, native, orinoco, people, river, south america, tradition, tribe, venezuela, woman, yanomami
  • Added:  Aug 21, 2016
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  • Filename:  MWC008229.jpg
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  • Pixels:  3504x2336
  • Filesize:  2.18MB
  • Photographer:  Diego Martinez
  • Owner:  Diego Martinez
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  • Title: Yanomami Community, Venezuela
  • Description: A young Yanomami girl eating "abiu", a common jungle fruit. Considered the Native Americans of South America, the forest-dwelling tribe live in the Amazon rainforest on both sides of the Brazil-Venezuelan border along the Orinoco iver. With a population of about 23,000, the culture of this community of hunter-agriculturists was under threat after the discovery of gold in their territory brought an influx of miners. Diseases such as malaria and onchocerciasis continues to be a problem, although efforts have been taken to protect the group. Today, the Yanomami Indigenous Territory is recognised as an important conservation group to protect the AmazonÕs biodiversity. High Orinoco, Venezuela. July, 2007.
  • Date Created: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
  • Author: Diego Martinez
  • City: Amazonas
  • State: High Orinoco State
  • Country: Venezuela
  • Headline: Yanomami Community, Venezuela
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  • Filename: MWC008229.jpg
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  • Image Description: A young Yanomami girl eating "abiu", a common jungle fruit. Considered the Native Americans of South America, the forest-dwelling tribe live in the Amazon rainforest on both sides of the Brazil-Venezuelan border along the Orinoco iver. With a population o
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  • Model: Canon EOS 20D
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