We often overlook the millions of people that live in the rain forests. Did you know
that there are about 50,000,000 tribal people living in world's rainforests?
Through thousands of years of natural selection, forest people have evolved to
be smaller than people who do not live in the rainforest. They also sweat less ...
There are over 50,000,000 different tribes living in world rainforests. These
people depend on the rainforest for survival; they need to gather fruit, which grow
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Nov 30, 2009 ... Meet one of Costa Rica's indigenous peoples, the Maleku. Super Natural
Adventures host Michael Jacobus and his classmates bring you along ...
People of the Tropical Rain Forests. Tropical rain forests are home to millions of
people. Some inhabitants are descendants of people who have lived in the ...
See all Amazon Rainforest Tours Q: Who are indigenous people? A: Rainforests
are bursting with life. Not only do millions of species of plants and animals live ...
Struggle for land, survival and identity in the Amazon rainforest ... The Wajapi
indigenous people live in an area of well-conserved forests, close to the springs
The people of the rainforest is a broad term that includes all indigenous tribes
who dwell in the rainforest. Among them are the Achuar who have reached out to
This clip, from the BBC's "Human Planet" series, features stories about people
who live in the rainforest - including a family who built a treehouse at the top of
In the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil live tribes who have no ... most
common outcomes of economic activity in areas where uncontacted people live.