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Stunning portraits spotlight world’s most endangered indigenous tribes

A stunning series of portraits captures the raw, natural beauty of some of the world’s most endangered indigenous peoples.

British photographer Jimmy Nelson, 52, has spent his professional life traveling the globe and visiting tribes who have shunned modern civilization.

His skill in gaining the confidence and trust of people normally shy of other cultures has resulted in a spectacular series of portraits.

His work has taken him across the world including Kenya, Ecuador, Thailand, Sudan, China and Papua New Guinea . . .

Read more by Sophie Finnegan, at New York Post

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