The Harakmbut (Arakmbut, Harakmbet) are indigenous people in Peru that include two major groups, the Amarakaeri and Huachipaeri. They speak Harakmbut languages. An estimated 5,000 Harakmbut people live in the Madre de Dios Region near the Brazilian border in the Peruvian Amazon

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  • Los Harakmbet (también llamados mashcos) son una tribu indígena sudamericana que habita en el departamento Madre de Dios, Perú. Tienen una población aproximada de 500 personas, repartidas en unas 11 comunidades (1995). (es)
  • The Harakmbut (Arakmbut, Harakmbet) are indigenous people in Peru that include two major groups, the Amarakaeri and Huachipaeri. They speak Harakmbut languages. An estimated 5,000 Harakmbut people live in the Madre de Dios Region near the Brazilian border in the Peruvian Amazon (en)
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  • Q'orianka Kilcher, actress of Huachipaeri and Quechua descent
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  • traditional tribal religion
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  • Los Harakmbet (también llamados mashcos) son una tribu indígena sudamericana que habita en el departamento Madre de Dios, Perú. Tienen una población aproximada de 500 personas, repartidas en unas 11 comunidades (1995). (es)
  • The Harakmbut (Arakmbut, Harakmbet) are indigenous people in Peru that include two major groups, the Amarakaeri and Huachipaeri. They speak Harakmbut languages. An estimated 5,000 Harakmbut people live in the Madre de Dios Region near the Brazilian border in the Peruvian Amazon (en)
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  • Harakmbet (es)
  • Harakmbut people (en)
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  • Harakmbut (en)
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