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Story Publication logo June 11, 2015

Peru: Expedition to the Curanja


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Some of the world’s last isolated tribes are poised to make contact with the outside world as...

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Epa is a liaison between Peru's isolated Indigenous tribes and the modern world. He lives with three wives, a mother-in-law, and many dogs in a hand-built shelter along the Curanja River in the Purús Communial Reserve. Image by Jason Houston. Peru, 2015.

Journalist Andrew Lawler explores the villages along the Curanja River in eastern Peru, where indigenous people live without access to electricity, clean water or health care.


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