National Geographic : 2016 Jun
30 national geographic • june 2016 No more than a thousand Matsigenka people live in the national park along the Manú River and its tributaries. They farm and hunt in the forest but only for their own subsistence. Spider monkeys are a favorite quarry—and also favorite pets. WORLD Manú National Park is a natural wonder, protected—for now— by isolation and the indigenous hunters deep in its rain forest.