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        Indigenous Tribes Protest Dam Construction In Brazil's Amazon | Human Impact on the Physical Environment | Geography

        NEAR SAO LUIZ DO TAPAJOS, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 26: A member of the Munduruku indigenous tribe breaks rocks on the banks of the Tapajos River in preparation for a protest against plans to construct a hydroelectric dam on the river in the Amazon rainforest on November 26, 2014 near Sao Luiz do Tapajos, Para State, Brazil. The tribe members used the rocks to form the phrase 'Tapajos Livre' (Free Tapajos) in the sand on the banks of the river in an action in coordination with Greenpeace on the first day of the 'Caravan of Resistance' protest.

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