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Deep in the jungles of Colombia, shadowy groups of Indians believed to have vanished long ago are living the way their ancestors have for thousands of years – And refusing to encounter the modern world.
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Our latest issue is now live! Brandan Borrell risks life and limb examining the Komodo dragon, Rebecca Stott travels to the house where Charles Darwin lived for 40 years and Will Ellsworth-Jones tells the story of the secretive street artist Banksy.