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Feature: From deep in Peru’s rainforests, isolated people emerge
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Witnol Benko is worried about posting certain images from his home island on Facebook. Some photos taken in Vanuatu have already been labelled a violation of Facebook's nudity and sexual activity standards, and he said his account had been blocked for weeks as a result. They depict cultural ceremonies where women are dressed in grass skirts and not much else, or photos from Vanuatu's Indigenous villages where men wear nambas or penis sheaths. A Facebook spokesperson told the ABC that two of Mr Benko's images were removed "in error" by its automated system, and has apologised for the mistake. The company did not address the question of whether they blocked his account, but said the images have now been restored. But for Mr Benko, Facebook's policies need to be improved to take better account of cultural nuances.
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A banana tree was stripped of ripe fruit. Papaya and watermelon vanished. A machete went missing. Clothes hanging off a scarecrow disappeared. The indigenous villagers who hunt and farm manioc in small clearings here already knew they were not alone.
In the 19th century, they were known as Fuegians by the English-speaking world, but the term is now avoided as it can refer to any of the several indigenous peoples of Tierra del Fuego. For instance, the Selk'nam inhabited the northeastern part of Tierra del Fuego. The Yaghan were traditionally nomads and hunter-gatherers. They traveled by canoes between islands to collect food: the men hunted sea lions , while the women dove to collect shellfish. Yaghans share a series of similarities with the more northern tribes of Chonos and Alacalufe.