This image which was taken from inside a helicopter shows some members of an uncontacted tribe who live deep within the Amazon Jungle with absolutely no major contact with global civilization. The municipality of Feijó, Acre State, Brazil. Circa 2009. It is estimated that there is at least one hundred uncontacted tribes that exist on our planet, with most being in the dense forested areas of South America, Central Africa and New Guinea. At least 67 have been reported in Brazil alone. In fact, many of these tribes have had so little contact with global civilization that knowledge of several uncontacted tribes only comes from infrequent and sometimes violent encounters with contacted tribes, citizens and also aerial footage such as shown here. Very few people have successfully managed to totally remain uncontacted with global civilization like this, and indigenous rights groups commonly call for these groups to simply be left alone, as contact with these groups may interfere with their right of self-determination. In addition, all of these tribes lack any sort of immunity to common infectious diseases, so if they have contact with an individual or object that has an infectious bacteria then it could cause many in an entire tribe to die due to their lack of immunity. Even something as simple as the common cold is deadly to them. Sadly several of these tribes are already under threat from things such as illegal logging crews, and a few massacres of these tribes have been reported with up to ten members of an Amazonian tribe being brutally murdered in August of 2017 by illegal gold miners. These peoples are absolutely unique in our age, and they have to be protected for their own safety. If they want contact then it should be their choice, and if they don't then that should also be their choice. May they continue surviving for many more years as they already have for millenia.