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Photographer captures Brazilian tribes in stunning photos

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A stunning collection of pictures by Brazilian photographer Ricardo Stuckert offers a rare glimpse of the remote tribes of Brazil. Speaking about his project, Stuckert remarked, "Indigenous people were the first to live in Brazil. We owe them an important part of every aspect of our culture. They are warriors that still fight against a lot of adversities. They love nature and fight for it... They live in perfect harmony with nature and show that it is still possible to survive – in some areas, of course – even in a very technological society." The photos will be a part of his upcoming book titled "Brazilian Indians."

Pictured: Asháninka tribe children play in the village of Apiwtxa in Acre.

© Ricardo Stuckert
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