250 in Peru (Crevels 2007). Few monolinguals. Ethnic population: 15,000 (Crevels 2007).
Northeast lower Ucayali, lower Marañon, and Huallaga rivers area. Also in Brazil, Colombia.
Cocama, Cocamilla. Most similar to Omagua [omg].
Speakers 40 and older. Most have shifted to Castellano Sharapa, the variant of Spanish [spa] spoken locally.
Traditional religion, Christian.