SIMPATIA VILLAGE, ACRE PROVINCE, AMAZON RAINFOREST, BRAZIL - APRIL 1992: One of the Chief's sons works thread into a pattern on a hunting arrow. Ashaninka Indians apply face-paint each day, in a ... more 
SIMPATIA VILLAGE, ACRE PROVINCE, AMAZON RAINFOREST, BRAZIL - APRIL 1992: One of the Chief's sons works thread into a pattern on a hunting arrow. Ashaninka Indians apply face-paint each day, in a design that reflects their mood. Made from the seeds of the Urucum plant, the paint has a rich, red colour. Sometimes they also use fire-black for details. The men take just as much care of their appearance as the women. (Photo by Mike Goldwater/Edit by Getty Images) less 
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