Jarawa's - India.
Prior to the 19th century, the Jarawa Tribe was confined to the Southeast area of the South Andaman Island. After 1789, there was a substantial decrease in the Jarawa population due to an outbreak of diseases – the spread of which is believed to be caused by the early British settlement, who introduced opium and alcohol among the community. This was done deliberately to reduce the Jarawa population. And eventually, they were made to occupy the western part as their new home.
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