Mashco piro tribe

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After years of sporadic, sometimes deadly interactions with people along the Alto Madre de Dios River, a Mashco-Piro clan has suddenly stepped up contact. Mashco Piro Indians are a community of around nomadic people who continually move through the forest. Little is known about the group. The Peruvian government prohibits contact with the Mashco Piro Indians and a dozen other “uncontacted” tribes. The government says that ban on contact protects. He and others are concerned about 30 members of the Mashco Piro tribe in Manú National Park, a remote forested area bordered by the Madre de Dios River. Peruvian policy is to avoid all contact with such isolated tribes and protect them from intruders on their reserves. But in practice this policy is difficult.



Source: Ministry of Culture, Peru. Peruvian government anthropologists will try to make contact for the first time with an Amazonian tribe that largely lives isolated in the jungle, as part of a bid to ease tensions with nearby villages after a bow-and-arrow attack in May. The anthropologists will try to talk with a clan of Mashco Piro Indians to. In Peru, an unsolved killing has brought the Mashco Piro into contact with the outside world.

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