|Native to||Perú, Brazil|
|Ethnicity||140 Zuruahã people (2006)|
Zuruahá is mentioned in Kaufman (1994) from personal communication from Dan Everett. He made first contact with the community (a 3-day hike from Dení territory in Amazonas state) in 1980. The language had not been studied as of 1994, but seems most similar to Deni.
- "Suruahá" in the South American Phonological Inventory Database
- "Hakani," information about a popular hoax film about the Zuruahã, Survival International
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