Pemon

Indigenous Group Pemón (Also known as Pemong)
Location Venezuela, Bolivar State, Gran Sabana and Canaima National Park
Estimated Population 14,850 (retrieved 2004, SIL International)
Environment Tropical Forest, Savannah
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / hunter / fishing / ecotourism
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Pemon
Classification: Carib(e), Northern, East-West Guiana, Macushi-Kapon, Kapon
Alternative Names: Pemong

Dialects: Camaracoto, Tuarepan (Taolipang), Arecuna (Aricuna, Arekuna, Jaricuna, Pemon, Daigok, Potsawugok, Pishuaco, Purucoto, Kamaragakok)
Website URLs The Lost World: People
Tradition Among the Gran Sabana Pemon
Pemon: A Language of Venezuela
The Nature Conservancy: Canaima National Park, Venezuela
Venezuela:the Pemon’s struggle
Languages of Venezuela
NGOs Venezuelan Program of Action and Education in Human Rights (PROVEA)
Coalition for Amazonian Peoples and their Environment
Amnesty International
Indigenous Federation of Bolivar (FIB)
Coordinating Body of Indigenous Peoples’ Organization or the Amazon Basin (COICA)
The Nature Conservancy
EcoNatura
Consejo Nacional Indio de Venezuela
Amazon Alliance