In the Amazon Rainforest, the largest tribe of indigenous people is the Yanomami, also known as the Yanomamo. They occupy parts of Brazil and Venezuela. In 2000, it was estimated that 11,700 people were living as part of the Yanomami tribe. They are “hunter-agriculturalists,” hunting for meat and growing their own food. To see a images of the people’s everyday life, customs, and weaponry, visit the following link.
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