The Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau tribe that lives in a 7,000-square-mile area of protected rainforest in Brazil is finding its way of life threatened by fires. The fires are started illegally to clear vegetation for crop farming and cattle raising. In an effort to monitor and save their land, the World Wildlife Fund and Kaninde Ethno-Environmental Defense Association provided drone-operating training courses so the tribe can capture, video and report illegal activity to the authorities.

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