Amazon indigenous Mura tribe in Brazil have decided to fight off the current devastating fire in the Amazon forest, which is their home. The tribe painted their bodies and taken bows, prepared for battle against the fire. Handerch Wakana of Mura, who is one of the tribal leaders, explained the world need of forest. He said: “With each passing day, we see the destruction advance: deforestation, invasion, logging. We are sad because the forest is dying at every moment.” Based on Al Jazeera, currently the INPE says the fires have affected about 32 nature reserves and 36 indigenous lands.