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Nomads of the Rain Forest

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"An anthropological study of a 'Stone Age' [sic.] tribe, the Waorani Indians of the Amazon in Ecuador."

"The Waorani, once considered the most violent of the tribes inhabiting the Amazon rain forest, now live a nomadic Stone-Age lifestyle marked by peaceful cooperation and sharing. This look at one small Waorani village shows how they make their tools, keep their customs, hunt, raise their children, and how they interact with each other and with the jungle that is their home."

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