Apurinã people

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Apurinã
Total population
4,087 (in 2003)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Brazil
Languages
Apurinã language

The Apurinã, also called the Ipurina or Popũkare (endonym), are an indigenous people who live near the Purus River in western Brazil and speak Apurinã.

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