The Amazonian Indians,
living in the largest rainforest in the world, are a dying out population.
Their land, a patrimony for the planet and humanity which is unfortunately
endangered today, represents a biological treasure for its incredible variety
of plants and animals. They might be apparently classified as a primitive
culture for the simplicity and shortage of means, but in fact they provide a
life model which has achieved a perfect balance between the respect of nature
and survival needs.