An isolated tribesman in the remote jungles of Brazil prepares to launch an arrow at a low-flying helicopter last week.
Exclusive: Stunning New Photos of Isolated Tribe Yield Surprises
Deep in the Brazilian rain forest, these protected Indians freely pursue a timeless way of living.
Aerial photographs of an isolated tribe in the Brazilian rain forest are yielding a sensational new look at a Neolithic way of life that has all but disappeared from the face of the Earth.
The high-resolution images, taken from a helicopter last week by Brazilian photographer Ricardo Stuckert, offer an unprecedented glimpse of a vibrant indigenous community living in complete isolation in the depths of the Amazon jungle. National Geographic obtained first-time rights from Stuckert to publish a selection.
“I felt like I was a painter in the last century,” Stuckert said, describing his reaction to seeing the natives. “To think that in the 21st century, there are still people who have no contact with civilization, living like their ancestors