10 Of The Last Tribes In The World
It appears that we’ve hit that point in human society and today’s world where everyone has their own smartphone, smart watch, tablet, computer, or other gadget that makes life ten times easier. However, despite all of these advances, there are still various tribes living throughout the world with only the very basic amenities, including fresh water, they hunt for their own food, grow their own vegetables, and care for their own children. In today’s world, it is very rare and often difficult for these tribes to survive. Here are ten of the last tribes in the world.
The Kayapo are a Brazilian tribe that have 44 separate villages along the Xingu River, all of which are linked together by a series of dirt trails and paths. They called themselves the “people of the big water,” though the Belo Monte Dam has changed how big the river actually is today.
The Kalash are a tribe that can only be found within the Pakistani mountains. They are highly unusual people, as all of them are white, European-appearing individuals. Many of them have blonde hair and bright blue eyes.