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The man’s body is painted red from crushed seeds of the annatto shrub, and in his hand is a long wooden arrow — held, in seeming readiness, close to its bow.

At his side, children, naked but for cotton waist-bands, gaze up in amazement.

Survival International published the images in order to help protect the lives of the tribe by proving their existence.

They were also broadcast in the “Jungles” episode of the BBC’s new landmark series, “Human Planet”. The moment they were published, thousands of people per minute were looking at the images on Survival’s website; since then, over 2 million have seen them.

One of the world’s last uncontacted tribes who are under increased threat from loggers over the border in Peru, according to tribal people’s charity Survival International.

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Importantly, the Peruvian Government announced within 2 days of publication that they would work with Brazilian authorities to stop loggers entering isolated Indians’ territory along the two countries’ joint border, testament to the belief of José Carlos Mereilles, FUNAI’s uncontacted expert, when he said, “One image of them has more impact than a thousand reports.” Toby Nicholas of Survival International, who is responsible for Survival’s website and has been monitoring the traffic and statistics, said, “The pictures spread across the world within minutes, and produced a wave of support for uncontacted tribal peoples greater than anything we’ve ever seen before.

Huge numbers of people were able to take small steps like signing a petition — and they did.” That they have captured the imagination of millions can be seen from international posts of awe and outrage left on Facebook, You Tube, Vimeo and other sites.