About 50 million tribal people live in rainforests in different parts of the world. Indigenous people have lived there for thousands of years and have organized their daily lives as their ancestors had done. Their food, ... More »

The people living in isolated regions of the Amazon rainforest survive by relying on natural resources and using methods handed down by ancestors. Villagers living near the Amazon River fish and farm for sustenance, whil... More »

The people of the Amazon eat many types of food, including meats, such as fish, wild boar and birds, various fruits, nuts and insects. Amazon's vast jungle provides an open area for the people to hunt for meat, and its f... More »

The Cree Indians lived in parts of Canada and the United States, including the Atlantic coast, Rocky Mountains, and the provinces of Quebec and Saskatchewan. As of May 2015, there are approximately 200,000 Cree living in... More »

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The number of races, or groups of people with a common ancestry, in the world varies according to the models of classification that anthropologists use. These include typological, population and clinal models of classifi... More »

The world's rainforests are responsible for producing between 20 and 30 percent of total the oxygen produced in the world each year. The Amazon rainforest alone produces nearly 20 percent of the world's oxygen. More »

Biotic factors of tropical rainforests around the world include many types of insects, plants and animals, including ferns, mosses, tree frogs and exotic birds. Rainforests on the Earth's surface come in many types, incl... More »