Drone Takes Forbidden Pictures Of Isolated People Cut Off From Society.

We reside in a world that is continuously getting smaller. I’m not referring to the actual size of the world, but rather to the ability of the Internet and social media to bridge vast distances and bring us closer as a global community.

Many people have embraced technology and live in a world where it is used in various ways. However, there are still some who are unaware of the Internet’s existence. These isolated tribes have not had any contact with outsiders for a long time, if at all.

G. Miranda worked on a project with Survival International, using drones to observe different tribes worldwide. This involved monitoring the Sentinelese on North Sentinel Island, India, and Amazonian tribes in Brazil.

The drones captured stunning images as they flew over these regions. The photos reveal tribes and people who have had little to no contact with the outside world.

The video containing various pictures was uploaded on YouTube in 2018. The video has been viewed by millions of people, indicating the high level of interest in observing these isolated residents.

The tribespeople are standing below, looking up at the drone. They likely have no clue what they are witnessing. Technology is foreign to them, so it would be a topic of conversation for years to come.

A lot of viewers on YouTube were amazed by the unique lifestyle of the people in the video. They have no knowledge of modern technology like cell phones, factories, grocery stores, social media, or even the YouTube platform where they became famous.

Regrettably, these ancient tribes are now at risk and require safeguarding. FUNAI, Brazil’s National Indian Foundation, works on implementing policies to ensure the safety of these indigenous communities. The drone footage is a testament to their dedication.

Some of the photos date back to 2008. Even if they were taken 10, 20, or 100 years ago, the impact remains unchanged. While we may never meet these people in person, it’s fascinating to know they exist in our world.

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