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Human Safari

Tourists on India's Andaman Islands are taken by the busload to stare at the Jarawa tribe.

by VICE Germany
16 September 2013, 5:25pm

Tourists on India's Andaman Islands are taken by the busload to watch the Jarawa tribe go about their daily lives. The Jarawa are treated like animals in a safari park, with large signs urging visitors not to feed them or give them clothing. Earlier this year, a crew from VICE Germany went to the Andaman Islands and brought back this fascinating, if depressing, documentary.

Human Safari was produced with assistance from the non-profit Survival International. Learn more about supporting the campaign for the Jarawa here.

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