It comes after a bow and death put renewed focus on the lives of the Mashco Piro tribe, with the Government attempting to make first contact with the people. Never seen before pictures have emerged of a remote Amazon tribe who have lived in the forest for years. The Mashco Piro Indians have had little contact with the outside world, from their homes in Peru that border Brazil. But a recent death in a bow and arrow attack has put renewed focus on the clan and their tribal existence. The Peruvian government is to to make first contact with a remote Amazonian tribe in a bid to ease tensions after a villager was killed in a bow and arrow attack. In May, a group of Mashco Piro Indians were said to have attacked the native Machiguenga community of Shipetiari, killing a young man with an arrow.