1,000 (Moore 2006). Ethnic population: 1,620 (2006 FUNASA).
North Mato Grosso, Xingú Park, and south Para; Teles Pires River and Tatui.
Low vitality outside of Xingú Park, but high vitality inside where 80% live. In Xingu Park, almost all are bilingual in Portuguese [por]; many living outside the park no longer speak their native language (Crevels 2007).
Latin script [Latn].