The Jarawas, an indigenous people of the Andaman Islands in India. At least 3,160 people have tested positive for the virus across the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, according to local officials. Now, they are under serious threat. They have a tradition that this group of tribes was once all one tribe, and that the Andaman Islands were much larger than at present. The main handicrafts are created from raw materials like Padauk, Badam, Gurjan, Canes, bamboo coral, shells, driftwood, seaweeds, which are found in abundance. The Jarawa people of the Andaman Islands chose to resist contact with all outsiders until 1998. "Exactly four years ago, the last member of the Bo tribe of the Andaman Islands died. Apart from the indigenous population, there are great numbers of Tamilians, Bengalis and other people from all over the Indian mainland that live in both Andaman and Nicobar islands. Most parts of the Andaman Islands are India's territory There are four surviving Negrito tribes living on the Andaman Islands, whereas two Mongoloid tribes living on the Nicobar Islands. This, in a way, showed how historical facts about Andaman were distorted around the world mainly because the islands were then sparsely accessible The Bo were one of the 10 Great Andamanese tribes, and … 4. Among them was also North Sentinel island. During the early 15 th century, the “Book of Wonders” produced in Paris depicted that the Andaman Islands were inhabited by wolf-headed people! It is thought that the Andaman Islands were separated from Africa and so were these Negrito tribes, about 60,000 years ago. The inhabitants of these islands are tribes of Negrito and Mongoloid origin. The list includes nine islands in Nicobar and two in Andaman, occupied by tribal and indigenous communities considered "particularly vulnerable". Most are part of the Andaman Islands is India's territory, while a small number in the north of the islands belong to Myanmar. Poachers are camping for days at a time in their forest, and a road cuts through their reserve The people of Andaman and Nicobar islands are experts in wood, cane and bamboo works. Woodwork and carpentry are local crafts. The free people of North Sentinel Island should not go this way. Outside contact with Andamans’ Jarawas is forbidden, as it is with the Sentinelese, but a search on YouTube will find tourists in the Andamans going on “Jarawa safaris”, where the …