Home Biodiversity They live in the most biodiverse place on Earth but they go... BiodiversityFoodFood SecurityResearch They live in the most biodiverse place on Earth but they go hungry Poorer rural Amazonians are going hungry despite living in one of the most biodiverse areas on the planet - a new study reveals. By author - April 28, 2020 259 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter MASSIVE seasonal floods mean many ribeirinhos – a marginalised social group who live alongside rivers in Brazil’s Amazonian floodplain forests, struggle to catch enough fish to eat and can go hungry. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 24 World Food Prize laureates urge US President to make fighting global hunger top priority Vitamin D – The DIY supplement FAO director-general stresses the crucial role of biodiversity in combating zoonotic diseases MOST POPULAR How does water exist inside a coconut? November 23, 2017 Why owls can’t see in daylight? November 23, 2017 What is a Chinese lunar calendar? February 21, 2018 Why isn’t Pluto a planet anymore? October 27, 2017 Load more HOT NEWS ISAAA assists Myanmar scientists, academics in developing Biotechnology Information Portal Ancient DNA testing solves 100-year-old controversy in Southeast Asian prehistory KL summit lends boost to designing future economies What is shark skin made of?