As hunter Diomedes Silva singes the armadillo he trapped, a neighbor stops by to ask what he plans to do with the meat. Hunters in the Ticoya Indigenous Reserve, which is home to the Ticuna, Cocama and Yagua people, share bushmeat with family and friends. Some may also sell the surplus to help meet household expenses, even though the sale is illegal.
Photo by Barbara Fraser/CIFOR
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