Genetic studies link indigenous peoples in the Amazon and Australasia
Native Americans living in the Amazon bear an unexpected genetic connection to indigenous people in Australasia, suggesting a previously unknown wave of migration to the Americas thousands of years ago, a new study has found.
A Jarawa woman returning from gathering at the edges of the Jarawa's forest. The Jarawa rely on hunting and gathering to survive.
Jarawa Tribe in Andaman Islands. Jarawas are one of the adivasi indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands.