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June 01, 2009 
Brazil's indigenous from Apyterewa nation, whose land is affected by cattle ranchers, are seen in their... 
Maraba, Brazil 
To match feature AMAZON-CATTLE/ 
Brazil's indigenous from Apyterewa nation, whose land is affected by cattle ranchers, are seen in their tribe in the Amazon jungle close to Maraba, in Brazil's central state of Para in this May 3, 2009 file photo. Soon thousands of cows will be chewing pasture on the freshly cleared land in Brazil's Amazon state of Para, just a tiny part of Brazil's 200-million-strong commercial cattle herd, the world's biggest, that makes it a beef superpower. More than 70 million are in the Amazon area, three for every person. This is where the industry has grown fastest in recent years, a trend activists say is due to cheap land, widespread illegal clearing and weak government enforcement. Picture taken May 3, 2009. To match feature AMAZON-CATTLE/ REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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