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Indigenous ‘Guardian of the Forest’ Murdered by Criminal Loggers in Brazilian Amazon

The man, known as Lobo, was just one of at least 135 indigenous people murdered in the Amazon over the last year.

Paulo Paulino Guajajara was hunting on Friday inside the Arariboia reservation in Maranhao state when he was attacked and killed by illegal loggers. He was an indigenous Indian “forest guardian,” seen here painting his face on Arariboia indigenous land in Brazil.
(Image: © Reuters/Ueslei Marcelino/Newscom)

Paulo Paulino Guajajara, a 26-year-old member of the Guajajara indigenous group living in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, was murdered on Friday (Nov. 1) by a group of loggers working illegally in the area.

Mr. Guajajara, also known as Lobo (Spanish for “wolf”), was on a hunting expedition with a friend when five loggers ambushed the pair, Reuters reported. During the encounter, the loggers shot Lobo in the face, killing him, and they seriously wounded his friend, a tribal leader named Laercio Guajajara, sending him to the hospital. One of the loggers was also reported dead, according to Reuters.

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Exploring Mexico’s Jungles & Waterfalls on Video

Published on Feb 24, 2016

The Mayans did the impossible: They managed to take a beautiful place, a jungle flecked with cenotes and waterfalls, and make it even more beautiful by building some of the world’s most spectacular ancient cities and temples. When filmmaker Joshua Cowan went to Mexico recently, he was in search of two things: waterfalls and temples within the jungle.

He visited the famous Chichen Itza, the ruins at Palenque, the cataracts of Agua Azul; he went to the tall, storybook Misol-Ha falls, to the stunning chasms of Sumidero Canyon. He says, after his trip, “I didn’t expect to find so many of these places all in one country and so close together.” And now, here they all are in a single video.


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World Largest Spiders & other Huge Arachnids, creepy creatures (Documentary) you tube video

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