Saturday, May 7, 2011

Yawalapiti girls

The Yawalapiti are an indigenous tribe in the Amazonian Basin of Brazil. The name is also spelled Yawalapiti, and Iaualapiti in Portuguese. The current village Yawalapiti is situated more to the south, between the Tuatuari and Kuluene River. The Yawalapiti language belongs to the Arawakan family. They have a population of 237 (2010), up from a low of 25 in 1954.

For more pics: Yawalapiti Videos
Kamayura of Xingu
Tribo da amazĂ´nia Brasil
Nude native people in Amazon rain forest
Xingu park tribal girls


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