Yanomami
 
Indigenous Group Yanomami (Also known as: Ianomâmi, Yanomama, Yanoama, Xirianá)
Location Brazil , Amazonas, Roraima. Also located in: Venezuela
Estimated Population 11,700 (2000, Instituto Socioambiental)
Environment Tropical / Rainforest
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Hunting / Fishing / Agriculture / Gatherer
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Yanomámi
Classification:Yanomam
Alternate names: Waicá, Waiká, Yanoam, Yanomam, Yanomamé, Surara, Xurima, Parahuri
Dialects:Yanamam (Patimitheri, Waika), Yanomam (Naomam, Guadema, Wadema, Warema), Yanomay (Toototobi), Nanomam (Karime), Jauari (Joari, Yoari, Aica)
Website URLs Yanomami: Indigenous Peoples in Brazil
Ethnologue: Yanomámi, A Language of Brazil
The Yanomami Bluff and Other Myths Forgotten
Doing Fieldwork among the Yanomamö
Darkness in El dorado : The Yanomami People, Anthropology and Eugenics
NGOs Associação Yanomami do Rio Cauaboris e Afluentes (AYRCA)