Isolated tribe spotted in Brazil

One of South America's few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru.

The Brazilian government says it took the images to prove the tribe exists and help protect its land.

The pictures, taken from an aeroplane, show red-painted tribe members brandishing bows and arrows.

I would really like to know about the colours they all are, painted? The dark grey and the oranges and the brownish. It also bothers me that they had to see a stupid plane. Like a seed was just planted.
i was quite fascinated by this when i viewed the news the other day. i think i like the greyish-black person the most, as it looks more threatening or mysterious (sort of like a birthday cake), while the oompa loompas with weapons were a little overkill.

i agree with licoricelaces, it's lame they had to see an airplane. i think from now on, they ought to be more careful, and only view tribes below from giant blimps painted to look like disembodied heads.

despite the tragedy of this discovery, i was quite pleased to have yet another reason not to believe that ridiculous 'indians didn't see columbus' theory that was expressed in "what the Bleep do we really know about anything anyway?"
Re: Like "Zardoz"??
whoa! that's freaking awesome! that is almost as scary as the teletubbies disembodied baby head! i need to see this 'zardoz' ...

p.s. did you know that 'Zardoz' backwards is 'zodraz'? isn't it a small world? gee!
Re: Like "Zardoz"??
My brother would probably gladly burn a DVD copy for you. You'll have to sit through 2 hours of Sean Connery running around in a big red diaper if you can manage to watch the whole thing... I wouldn't recommend it, though my brother seems to think it is one of the most craptastically awesome pieces of cinema ever.