Unknown tribe found in Peru

The newly discovered indigenous group, called Yines, was found in a national reserve in the country's southeast.

    A previously unknown tribe has been discovered in Peru's Amazonian jungle.

    The indigenous group was found in the Kugapakor Nahua Nanti preservation reserve in the country's southeast.

    Al Jazeera's Roger Wilkinson reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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