In Brazil, the last representative of one of the indigenous tribes died

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 In Brazil, the last representative of one of indigenous tribes died

In the Brazilian jungle, the last of an indigenous tribe has died. According to the BBC, for 26 years he lived in complete isolation from the outside world. All fellow tribesmen were killed by planters back in the 70s of the last century. The body was found in a hammock near his thatched hut by the government's National Trust for Indians (FUNAI). A 60-year-old man passed away naturally. The name of the now officially extinct tribe has not been revealed.

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