The Yanomami, also spelled Yąnomamö or Yanomama, are a group of approximately 35,000 indigenous people who live in some 200–250 villages in the Amazon rainforest ...
The Yanomami are the largest relatively isolated tribe in South America. They live in the rainforests and mountains of northern Brazil and southern Venezuela.
Yanomami, also spelled Yanomamö or Yanoamö, South American Indians, speakers of a Xirianá language, who live in the remote forest of the Orinoco River basin in ...
The Yanomami are an indigenous tribe (also called Yanamamo, Yanomam, and Sanuma) made up of four subtribes which live in the Amazon Rainforest of Venezuela and Brazil.
The Yanomami, the largest Indian tribe living in relative isolation in the Amazon Basin, have for millennia occupied a vast stretch of tropical rainforest ...
The Yanomamo (Yah-no-mah-muh) also called Yanomami, and Yanomama, are deep jungle Indians living in the Amazon basin in both southern Venezuela and northern Brazil.
Ethnography of the Yanomami Indians of Venezuela and Brazil in South America. This photographic article describes the culture and current controversies involving ...
The Yanomami people are an indigenous group who live in the Amazon Rainforest around the borders of Venezuela and Brazil. There are estimated to be only approximately ...
ICE Case Studies. Number 19. August 2005. Conflict and Human Rights in the Amazon: The Yanomami. Stephanie Bier . I. Case Background II. Environment Aspect
1: an indigenous people inhabiting the rain forests of southern Venezuela and northern Brazil; also: a member of the Yanomami people. 2: the family of four closely ...