55 Thousand Year Tribe To Be Abolished

The Jarawa Tribe, which has a history of 55,000 years, faces the danger of extinction due to the pressure of the developing world and the inhabitants of the world.

Andaman Island within the borders of India is home to the world's most ancient tribe, the Jarawa Tribe .

The tribe lived without contact with other societies, isolated from the entire world for 55,000 years.

The way of life of the tribe that has existed since the first ages has begun to be damaged. Tribe members, especially young people;

Documentary producers Alexandre Dereims and Claire Beilvert think this change is a warning sign.

The members of the Jarawa Tribe do not want to be a part of the modern world, but they do not want to be a part of the modern world.

It goes on to say that if the Indian government does not take any measures to protect the tribe, the Jarawa tribe will be able to leave in the next 10 years.