|Regions with significant populations|
|Brazil ( Amazonas, Pará)|
|Traditional tribal religion|
|Related ethnic groups|
The Tembé, also Timbé and Tenetehara, are an indigenous people of Brazil, living along the Maranhão and Gurupi Rivers, in the state of Amazonas and Pará. Their lands have been encroached and settled by farmers and loggers, who do so illegally, and the Tembé are working to expel the intruders from their territories.
This article needs attention from an expert on the subject. The specific problem is: describe the legal or ethical principle by which the farmers are possessing the land “illegally”.November 2017)(
The Tembé call themselves Tenetehara, which means "people," or more specifically the Tenetehara people, of which the Tembé are the western subgroup and the Guajarara are the eastern subgroup. "Tembé" is thought to come from a neighboring tribe's word, timbeb, which means "flat nose."
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