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INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
By: Carla Cabot & Paula Pérez
What the Yanomami look like?
They have brownish
skin and they usually
wear piercings on their
face.
The life of the Yanomamis
They live in some 200–250 villages in the Amazon rainforest on the
border between Venezuela and ...
Diet and medicine
The Yanomami can be classified as foraging horticulturalists,
depending heavily on rainforest resources;...
What’s happening to
the Yanomami
They are suffering the mining, the logging,
the farming,the growth of population, the
cli...
Recomendations
-We mustn’t cut the trees because the world needs
them.
-We shouldn’t mine the territory because the
Yanoma...
THANKS FOR YOUR
ATTENTION
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  1. 1. INDIGENOUS PEOPLE By: Carla Cabot & Paula Pérez
  2. 2. What the Yanomami look like? They have brownish skin and they usually wear piercings on their face.
  3. 3. The life of the Yanomamis They live in some 200–250 villages in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Venezuela and Brazil. On one village they can be between 50-400 native people. .
  4. 4. Diet and medicine The Yanomami can be classified as foraging horticulturalists, depending heavily on rainforest resources; they use burn holticulture, grow bananas, gather fruit, and hunt animals and fish. They use plants like Curare, the chinchona tree, also the cacao for medicine. The chinchona tree is used for the anti-malaria properties, the Curare is used in medicine as a muscle relaxant and in Parkinson's disease.
  5. 5. What’s happening to the Yanomami They are suffering the mining, the logging, the farming,the growth of population, the climatic changes and the poverty.
  6. 6. Recomendations -We mustn’t cut the trees because the world needs them. -We shouldn’t mine the territory because the Yanomamis will not have place to live. -We shouldn’t build in their territory because we destroy their land. -We must stop destroying their ecosystem because is their ecosystem. -We must help them to stop doing farms in their territory because we have place to build and we build there.
  7. 7. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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