Photo of a South American Indian from the Amazon Rain forest in traditional
clothing, that is to say without any cloths at all, such as was their
tradition before making first contact with the outside world. Some
uncontacted South American Indian tribes still exist and these "lost Amazon
tribes" still practice their traditions that date back to before westerners
first invaded their territory. The majority of these lost Amazon
tribes probably had contact with the western world at some point in the
past, but have chosen to live apart from the outside world in isolation.
Evidence of uncontacted Amazon tribes exist in Ecuador, Peru, and most
notably Brazil where the number of uncontacted tribes is thought to be the
highest in the world.