|(882 (in 2010))|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Brazil (Amazonas State)|
|Related ethnic groups|
They speak the Jamamadi language, part of the Arawá language family. Their territory is between the Juruá and Purus Rivers. The rubber booms of the 19th century brought non-Natives into their territory.
They are a sedentary people, who hunt, gather, farm, fish, and sell handicrafts for subsistence.
- Jamamadí, Ethnologue
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