In Amazonia, Defending the Hidden Tribes
The Washington Post, Sunday, July 8, 2007. "[…] But the four unclothed visitors were a different kind of Kayapo. They [the recently-contacted members of the Kayapó tribe] spoke in an antiquated tongue that seemed a precursor to the language spoken in the village, located in the Capoto-Jarina Indian Reserve in central Brazil. The four men had come from a tribe that had remained in the forest, the brothers said, untouched by the modern world."

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