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Jarawa Tribe of Andaman Islands

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Jarawa Tribe in Andaman Islands. Jarawas are one of the adivasi indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands. Their present numbers are estimated at between 250-350 individuals. They have inhabited the islands for several thousand years. Before the 19th century Jarawa homelands were located in the southeast part of South Andaman Island. In 1997, a group of Jarawas made contact for the first time with the outside world. Now Jarawa are in regular contact with the outside world, which is not the best thing for them...

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