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Worldview 5.15.12

Residents of Jarawa, in the Andaman Islands. (Photo by Salomé/Survival)
Tuesday on Worldview:
A road at the center of a "human safari" scandal in the Andaman Islands is still open, 10 years after India’s Supreme Court ordered it closed. The road is used by "human safaris," which promise tourists the chance to "spot" members of the rarely seen Jarawa tribe, as if they were zoo animals. The indigenous peoples advocacy group, Survival International, tells us the Jarawa’s story.
Then, navigating Chicago's buildings is far more dangerous for birds than flying through dense woodlands. Kate Sackman of EcoMyths joins Jerome McDonnell for Worldview's monthly myth-busting Eco segment along with Field Museum Ornithologist and Ecologist Doug Stotz and Annette Prince of Chicago Bird Collision Monitors.


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