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Jarawa Hunter-Gatherers Say They Don’t Want to Be Part of Our World
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Like the Hadza of East Africa, the Jarawa hunter-gatherers of the Andaman Islands also face extinction, thanks to the ever-expanding nature of agriculture and civilization.


To add insult to injury, a highway has been built right through the heart of their ancestral lands to accommodate “human safaris” – in which tourists toss food at and snap photos of the Jarawa like animals in a zoo.

“On a remote island off the Indian coast, the first humans are still living in a forgotten world,” begins the trailer of a new documentary about the Jarawa titled Organic. “They left Africa 70,000 years ago. They are [among] the most ancient people in the world. There are no more than 400 of them. Up til now, they had managed to shelter themselves from the madness of our world.”


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https://returntonow.net/2016/04/16/jaraw...Nfs0QzzUuU
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Awful. Thanks for sharing this, Odin. The «human safari» says a lot about civilisation.
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