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Tatuyo
Indigenous Group Tatuyo (Also known as: Pamoa, Oa, Tatutapuyo, Juna, Emñreke Pinz Makñ, Pamwa Mahâ)
Location Colombia, Vaupes Region, Pira-Paraná, Papurí, Yapú, and Caño Ti Rivers
Estimated Population 331 (2001, COAMA)
Environment Lowland / Forest
Lifestyle Semi-nomadic
Subsistence Agriculture / Fishing / Hunter / Gatherer / Animal Husbandry
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Tatuyo
Classification: Tucanoan, Eastern Tucanoan, Central, Tatuyo
Alternate Names: Pamoa, Oa, Tatutapuyo, Juna
Website URLs Ethnologue: Tatuyo, A Language of Colombia
Everyculture: Tatuyo
Tatuyo
Team Café: Tatuyo
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