From the Huffington Post

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Brazilian government confirmed this week the existence of an uncontacted tribe in a southwestern area of the Amazon rain forest.

Three large clearings in the area had been identified by satellite, but the population’s existence was only verified after airplane expeditions in April gathered more data, the National Indian Foundation said in a news release Monday.

Read complete story and see pictures of inhabited clearings on the Huffington Post.

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