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VENEZUELA-INDIGENOUS/
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June 10, 2011 
A boat navigates up the Caura river in the southern state of Bolivar May 12, 2011. The original residents... 
CANO TAUCA, Venezuela 
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A boat navigates up the Caura river in the southern state of Bolivar May 12, 2011. The original residents of Venezuela's forests, Caribbean coves and swampy plains, dozens of Amerindian ethnic groups now make up only a fraction of the 29 million people in the South American country dominated by the oil industry. Like similar groups across the world, their habitat and way of life in a vast, long-neglected region of forests and waterways around the Orinoco river are increasingly threatened. Picture taken May 12, 2011. To match feature VENEZUELA-INDIGENOUS/ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EDUCATION) 
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