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Pakissamba Village (Juruna), Xingu River, Para State, Brazil. A Juruna Indian girl and her brother. The Xingu River, which provides transport and fish for the Juruna, will be reduced to a trickle when the Belo Monte dam is built.
© Sue Cunningham
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