Wednesday, May 6, 2015

People lost in time in Indian Ocean who do not like visitors

The indigenous people are rare to find around the world - and so are a tribe living in an island of the Indian Ocean for some 60,000 years. But the world does not much about them as they threaten to kill anyone trying to approach their virgin island.

These original people living on the North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean have had a very limited contact with the outside world - and whenever someone tries to approach them, they show a very hostile attitude and even resort to violence with their primitive weapons.

The inhabitants of the island have fired arrows and even tossed stone at low-flying aircraft on reconnaissance missions. 

To protect the Sentinelese people - and visitors - the Indian government has established a three-mile exclusion zone. However, more needs to be done to protect such indigenous people at all costs - otherwise these too will perish like the Red Indians and the Aboriginals or even the Kafir Kalash. 

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Read more at Daily Mail

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