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Záparo

A language of Ecuador

ISO 639-3zro

Population  1 (2000 SIL). Ethnic population: 170 (2000 M. R. Wise).
Region  Pastaza Province, Peru border, between the Curaray and Bobonaza rivers.
Language map  Ecuador, reference number 21
Alternate names   Kayapwe, Zápara
Classification  Zaparoan
Language use  Extinct in Peru. Shifted to Quichua. Language revival effort; classes in 2 schools.
Comments  Distinct from Andoa [anb] (Shimagae) of Peru. SOV. Swidden agriculturalists. Nearly extinct.