An amazing set of photos taken by Reuters’ Lunae Parracho featured numerous indigenous groups who live within the tiny villages in the Brazilian rainforest. These groups include the Madija, Ashaninka, and Huni Kui. Through the last three years, the groups of Madija and Ashaninka stated that the number of incursions on their place from unfamiliar tribes continue to increase. The leaders of the Ashaninka tribe have sought help from the NGOs and the government so as to put control on the infringement of their area. It is thought off too that such movement of the uncontacted tribes is the output of pressures triggered by illegal logging all over the borders in Peru.