The Discovery Channel will show unique footage of an uncontacted tribe on Sunday, April 17 (9pm, ET and PT) in the Grasslands and Jungles episode of the new, groundbreaking show Human Planet. The film shows an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon, in never before seen detail. The BBC film crew used HD cameras and state-of-the-art techniques from a distance of over half a mile to capture the footage.
Last month we published breathtaking photos of one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes. This new video footage shows uncontacted Indians on the Brazil-Peru border in never-seen-before detail. It is the first-ever aerial footage of an uncontacted community. Extraordinary film footage narrated by movie star Gillian Anderson has launched Survival International’s new campaign to protect some of the world’s last uncontacted tribes.
New photos obtained by Survival International show uncontacted Indians in never-seen-before detail. The Indians are living in Brazil, near the Peruvian border, and are featured in the ‘Jungles’ episode of BBC1’s ‘Human Planet’ (Thurs 3 Feb, 8pm, UK only). The pictures were taken by Brazil’s Indian Affairs Department, which has authorized Survival to use them as part of its campaign to protect their territory. They reveal a thriving, healthy community [ Read More ]