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  • proper noun A Panoan language spoken in Peru.


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  • Very little is known about the Amahuaca and Yaminahua distribution and their numbers are relatively small.

    Manu National Park, Peru

  • Varese recorded some 4,000 Amahuaca along the Curanga, Inuya and Sepanua rivers, and 2,000 Yaminahua along the Carija Basin and Piedra Rivers.

    Manu National Park, Peru

  • The park is inhabited by at least four different native groups: the Machiguenga (or Yora), the Mascho-Piro, the Yaminahua and the Amahuaca.

    Manu National Park, Peru

  • (Uganda, Congo-Kinshasha) Morembe [Alutiiq, see Suqpiaq] Amahuaca (Peru) Sharaa ra Amarakaeri

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