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Where the wild games are

(China Daily)

10:45, December 19, 2011

A Kamayura Indian lets an arrow fly in the archery event, demonstrating a skill used both in competition and in sustaining his family by hunting. (China Daily Photo)

There were no fancy jerseys, no short-skirted cheerleaders, no commercial endorsements for these athletes. But the competition was fierce, and so was the cultural pride - and that made Brazil's XI Indigenous Games one of the most watchable events of 2011. Most of the world didn't get to see it, but photographer Eraldo Peres was there to capture the action.

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