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BRAZIL INDIAN
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May 11, 2002 
Yawalapiti indian boys jump entertain themselves with a break from
fishing by jumping into the Tuatuari... 
Alto Xingu, Brazil - 
YOUNG YAWALAPITI INDIANS JUMP INTO TUATUARI RIVER NEAR VILLAGE IN LOWER
AMAZON. 
Yawalapiti indian boys jump entertain themselves with a break from
fishing by jumping into the Tuatuari river, near their village in the
Alto Xingu area, in the lower Amazon, on May 11, 2002. Each day the
boys and young adults take to the rivers of the Xingu's massive
reserve, fishing for a variety of species including catfish, tucunare
and piranha. The Yawalipiti are one of 17 tribes living inside the
Xingu Indigenous Park, a reserve created in 1961 roughly the size of
Belgium, to protect the indians. The tribe is now 180 strong after
being on the border of extinction some 50 years ago, when it dwindled
as low as just 12 members. REUTERS/Gregg Newton FOR RELEASE WITH
FEATURE BRAZIL-INDIAN

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