Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Endangered Brazilian Villagers Enjoy Turtle Bath




Sadly, several bands of Brazil's Awá nomads — the easternmost isolated people in the Amazon — roam the woodlands living in a state of near-constant flight from the whine of winches and chain saws and, in the dry season, the smoke of wildfires. Shown here are several nomads bathing with turtles that may become their meal. To learn more about what is happening in this part of the world, read the National Geographic story.