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Indigenous Mojeno representative Santiago Tamo Noza plays violin in  San Miguelito del Isiboro, in the hearth of TIPNIS reserve, Bolivia.The government has decided to build a road through the national reserve , sparking the protests of indian comunities backed by environmentalist stating that  TIPNIS will lose part of his rich fauna and flora. It is considered one of the few remaining natural areas in the Bolivian amazon that is yet respected by man.

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Indigenous Mojeno representative Santiago Tamo Noza plays violin in San Miguelito del Isiboro, in the hearth of TIPNIS reserve, Bolivia.The government has decided to build a road through the national reserve , sparking the protests of indian comunities backed by environmentalist stating that TIPNIS will lose part of his rich fauna and flora. It is considered one of the few remaining natural areas in the Bolivian amazon that is yet respected by man.

Headline: Bolivia TIPNIS forest
Author: Photographer:Patricio Crooker
Date created: 5 Oct 2011
Dimension: 5616x3744
File size: 4.6MB
City: TIPNIS
Country: Bolivia
Keywords: tipnis, patricio,crooker patricio crooker
Copyright: Patricio Crooker/Archivolatino


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