they hunt for bushmeat and farm
Tribes living in the rainforest climates survive by living off the land. They eat foods they find in the rainforest, they use materials they find in the rainforest to build their homes, and they hunt.
The same things they eat any other day, as indigenous tribes generally don't celebrate Christian holidays.
There are over 200 tribes in the Amazon Rainforest
no because the tribes are helping it by planting seeds and farming.
Many indigenous tribes still exist in the rainforest.
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what are the main tribes called.
There aren't tribes in the UK, its not the amazon rainforest!
They eat: Bananas Sugar cane Feki fruit (seeds used as medicine) Honey Termites Monkey Fish
Without being more specific about which rainforest it is not possible to answer
There are many tribes that live in the amazon rainforest
The Yanomami hunt deer, tapir, monkey and boar ect. They also eat fruit and veg like palm fruit and sweet potatoes.
They spear it, catch it, or farm it
Tribes live in the Amazon, they hunt and grow their food without harming the rainforest
they eat what ever they can find in the rainforest they eat what ever they can find in the rainforest
One of the national tribes that live in Arizona rainforest is the Ticuna tribe. They are also called Maguta, Tucuna, Tikuna, or Tukuna tribe. They are the most numerous in the Arizona rainforest.
tribes adapt to living in the rainforest by copying what others do and live there for a long time to adapt into the rainforest they build houses using sticks and dont wear any clothes because it is too hot