5 (2007 UNESCO). About 20 elderly Záparo still have some variable degree of knowledge of the language (Crevels 2007). Ethnic population: 200 (2007 UNESCO).
Pastaza Province, Peru border, between Curaray and Bobonaza rivers.
8b (Nearly extinct).
Shifting to Quichua. Language revival effort (Crevels 2007). Speakers all over 70 years old.
Distinct from Andoa [anb] (Shimagae) of Peru.