The Amazon jungle has had the largest displacement of indigenous people in recent years. As Brazil moves towards becoming a major industrial power, deforestation for cattle grazing and intensive agriculture have forced native tribes to either assimilate into modern culture or flee further into the jungle. While hundreds of tribes have now become part of Brazil’s modern culture, experts estimate about 500 indigenous peoples still live in the Amazon along the Brazilian-Peruvian border.
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