Dolphins, alligators and tribes in Brazil's Amazon forest

In this Oct.11, 2017 photo, a member of the Dessena tribe poses for a picture in her village outside of Manaus, Brazil. The 100 people in the village live as they have for centuries, in small huts without electricity, running water or cellular photos. One modern twist is allowing tourists to visit and buy crafts. (AP Photo/Peter Prengaman)

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