Deadliest Roads | Peru – Amazon | Documentary

In Peru, David is leaving for the Amazon to gather wood to make a living for his family. But along the steep and dilapidated road, he is caught in the climactic phenomenon born from global warming, which they call “El Ninio” causing torrential rain and landslides and putting David’s life in immense danger. The jungle that he travels to is the last area in the world where the incredible biodiversity remains intact. But industrialists are in search of gas, polluting as they go, and the poor inhabitants, like David are deforesting entire territories for them. In front of their eyes, the Amazon that they love so much is rapidly being destroyed and they themselves are forced to participate in its massacre in order to survive. At the end of his route, the Masho Piro, the last indigenous people isolated from the rest of the world. The Masho Piro are threatened with extinction. Each year the Peruvian jungle loses 145,000 hectares of its lush green forest, the equivalent of 14 times the surface area of Paris!

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