Man Of The Hole Died: In the year 1998, suddenly in a video, this last man of the tribe of Brazil appeared. After its death, the existence of this tribe from the world has also ended forever.
The last surviving member of an indigenous tribal society has died in the jungles of Brazil. People do not know much about this person and he was living in ‘Isolation’ for the last 26 years. People also know him as a ‘mysterious man’. With this, this tribal society has lost its existence forever. He was also known as the ‘Man of the Hole’ because he used to dig deep pits to trap animals. The body of the last man of this caste was found on 23 August in a swing outside his straw hut.
There is no sign of violence in this case. The man was the last of an indigenous group whose remaining six members were killed in 1995. The group lived in the Tanaru indigenous region in the state of Rondnia, which borders Bolivia. Most of his tribe are believed to have been killed in the early 1970s by farmers wanting to expand their land. It is also believed that the ‘Man of the Hole’ was about 60 years old and died of natural causes.
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The people of the clan were killed 27 years ago
The Man of the Whole was the last of an indigenous group. The remaining six members of its clan were killed in 1995. This group lived in the Tanaru indigenous region in the Kingdom of Rondnia. This area is on the border of Bolivia. Most of the people of this tribe are believed to have been put to death by farmers to increase their land in the early 1970s.
It is believed that the “Man of the Hole” was about 60 years old and died naturally. According to Brazilian authorities, no signs of any kind of intrusion were found in this indigenous man’s area. Along with this, there were no signs of any kind of sabotage or forced entry in his hut. However, the police will still conduct the post-mortem investigation of The Man of the Hole.
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Brazil’s tribes are in danger
There are about 240 indigenous tribes in Brazil. Many of these are under threat as illegal miners, loggers and farmers continue to encroach on their areas. Survival International, which fights for the rights of indigenous peoples, has warned that such encroachments pose a serious threat to these tribal groups.
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