The Last Uncontacted Tribes in The World

Uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian province of Acre, Gleilson Miranda / Governo do Acre, Índios isolados no Acre 12, CC BY 2.0

In today’s globalized world it can sometimes seem that everything is already explored. There are almost 8 billion people living on our planet, with most of us living in cities connected with each other through modern technology.

But despite all these advancements, there are still hundreds of tribes consisting of thousands of people spread across the world. They are still living like our…

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I write about interesting and crazy stories from all over the world!

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