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- proper noun A Panoan language spoken in
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Very little is known about the Amahuaca and Yaminahua distribution and their numbers are relatively small.
Varese recorded some 4,000 Amahuaca along the Curanga, Inuya and Sepanua rivers, and 2,000 Yaminahua along the Carija Basin and Piedra Rivers.
The park is inhabited by at least four different native groups: the Machiguenga (or Yora), the Mascho-Piro, the Yaminahua and the Amahuaca.
(Uganda, Congo-Kinshasha) Morembe [Alutiiq, see Suqpiaq] Amahuaca (Peru) Sharaa ra Amarakaeri