The life by the river - Little indians in Brazil
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Ka'apor indians live in a small part of Amazon Forest, Brazil. They are almost two thousands indians but only a dozen of them speak portuguese. Nowadays they face the violence from farmer who invade their territory and catch the old trees that are sold as wood at the black market. Ka'apor men hunt in the forest to survive and the women prepare traditional food for the families. Besides all the problems, the children from the group are still able to enjoy Nature. Ka'apor kids are the great example of respect for the forest. When they get to River Turi they become children as any other child on the Planet.