In July 2014, in Brazil, a hitherto unknown tribe was discovered on the banks of the Envira River in the Amazon rainforest. The group from the Brazilian National Indian Foundation (FUNAI), together with members of the Ashaninka tribe, met the tribe. During the meeting, the employees of the foundation managed to shoot a film which shows the members of this unique community, whose representatives were carrying bows and arrows. This savage tribe has not been identified so far, but it is estimated that it is one of the 15 groups that had no previous contact with the outside world and other people.