Huaorani & Spider monkey
Huaorani Indian woman - Kano Yeti - with her pet White-bellied Spider Monkey (Ateles belzebuth)
Amazon rainforest, ECUADOR. South America
They would have hunted the mother for meat and raized the baby as their pet
This Indian tribe were basically uncontacted until 1956 when missionaries from the Summer Institute of Linguistics made contact with them. However there are still some groups from the tribe that remain uncontacted. They are known as the Tagaeri & Taromanani. Traditionally these Indians were very hostile and killed many people who tried to enter into their territory. Their territory is in the Yasuni National Park which is now also being exploited for oil.