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Cocama
 
Indigenous Group Cocama (Also known as: Kokama, Kocama, Cocama-Cocamilla, Pampadeque, Pandabequeo, Ucayali, Xibitaona)
Location Colombia, Department Of Lower Putumayo, Leticia, Region, San José River, Nariño port and Ronda Island
Estimated Population 767 (2003, GSI )
Environment Jungle / Lowland
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Fishing / Forestry
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Cocama-Cocamilla
Classification: : Tupi, Tupi-Guarani, Subgroup III
Alternate names: Cocama, Kokama, Ucayali, Xibitaoan, Huallaga, Pampadeque, Pandequebo
Dialects: Cocamilla, Cocama. Closest to Omagua
Website URLs Kocama
Colombia: Indigenous Areas
Indigenous Peoples In Colombia
World Culture Encyclopedia: Cocama
Indigenous Communities Of Colombia
Wikipedia: Cocoma Language
NGOs Guiana Shield Initiative (GSI)
Socioambiental Institute (ISA)
International Organization for Migration: Mission In Colombia (IOM-OIM)

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