Indigenous people in Brazil: Cry for help from the Amazon

Our reporter has accompanied the Tenharim in the Brazilian jungle. As the people communicate with animals and defend their homeland, they hear in the time-knowledge podcast.

Indigenous people in Brazil: Cry for help from the Amazon
Podcast: How do you know that? /indigenous people in Brazil: Cry for help from Amazon Podcast All follow our reporter has accompanied Tenharim in Brazilian jungle. As people communicate with animals and defend ir homeland, y hear in time-knowledge podcast. by Hella Kemper, Max Rauner, Julius Tamm, Marlen Schernbeck and Thomas Fischer Mann 1 April 2018, 18:00 Uhr

Over four years, time correspondent Thomas Fischer Mann has repeatedly visited Tenharim, an Indian people who live on a branch of Amazon. He spoke with tribal elders, went hunting with m and moved with a young warrior through primeval forest, which communicates with animals. In this episode of Time-knowledge podcast How do you know that? Fischer man brings a message from Indians to rest of world.

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Date Of Update: 02 April 2018, 12:03

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