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Korubo, Korubu or Corubo indigenous people, Vale do Javari Indigenous Land ( Javari Valley ), Southwest of Amazonas State, Amazon rain forest, Brazil - relationship with wildlife - man carries a monkey on his shoulders as a pet while woman carries her baby in her arms - the group calls themselves 'Dslala', and in Portuguese they are referred to as caceteiros (clubbers). Much of what the outside world knows of this group is based on the research of Brazilian explorer Sydney Possuelo who first contacted the tribe in October 1996 and journalist Paul Raffaele. The Korubo are some of the last people on Earth to live in near isolation from modern society although they have on numerous occasions had violent contacts with the surrounding communities.