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Young Selknam Indian keeps dying culture alive in Santiago

The Selknam Indians of Patagonia have a profound history. Hailing from the very southern tip of Latin America, they were one of the last ethnic groups on the continent to be encountered by European colonists. And having all but disappeared as a tribe over the past 100 years, there’s still at least one left in the Chilean capital, Santiago. Keyuk, the 25-year-old man, is keeping the dying culture alive.

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