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Collection: Munduruku Indigenous People Livelihood (Video)

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Video clips from the Munduruku people in the Tapajós River, in Pará State, Brazil. The Munduruku people have inhabited the Sawré Muybu Indigenous Land in the heart of the Amazon, for generations. The Brazilian government plans to build a series of dams in the Tapajos River basin, which would severely threaten their way of life and the fragile biome of the Amazon, where rivers are fundamental to fauna and the survival of local flora. In addition to preserving their way of life, the demarcation of Sawré Muybu ensures the conservation of 178,000 hectares of Amazonian rainforest.
A Munduruku Mother in the Amazon - Web Video (International Version)
21 Jun, 2016
A Munduruku Mother in the Amazon - Web Video (International Version)
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Munduruku Women Play Football in the Amazon (International Version)
7 Jul, 2016
Munduruku Women Play Football in the Amazon (International Version)
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Fishing with Karo Munduruku in the Amazon - Web Video (International Version)
7 Jul, 2016
Fishing with Karo Munduruku in the Amazon - Web Video (International Version)
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Tapajós River and Sawré Muybu Village in Pará State - Drone Footage
27 Jun, 2016
Tapajós River and Sawré Muybu Village in Pará State - Drone Footage
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