Jarawa territory lies in the forest along the Indian Ocean.
The Andaman Trunk Road (ATR), which runs alongside Jarawas territory, seen from a public bus.

The twilight of the Andaman Jarawa

The Jarawa, who share a similar ethnic identity with the Bushmen from Southern Africa, live from hunting, fishing and picking on the Andaman Islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean for thousands of years. Today, their population estimated to less than 400 individuals is threatened by disease and settlers encroaching on their territory.

 

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