Chango people

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The Chango people were a tribe of native South Americans who appear to have originally inhabited the Peruvian coast and spread south to the coast of Atacama, in northern Chile and further south. They lived from fishing, gathering shellfish, and hunting sea lions. In former times they used rafts of inflated sealskins, lived in sealskin huts, and slept on heaps of dried seaweed.

Distribution of the pre-Hispanic people of Chile

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