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Shuar, the cultures official name and language, which literally means "People", also known by such derogatory terms as Chiwaro, Jibaro, Jivaro, or Xivaro, which literally translated mean "savage" is an indigenous language spoken in the Southeastern jungle of the Morona-Santiago Province and Pastaza Province in Ecuador.
- Shuar in the World Atlas of Language Structures Online
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Shuar
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