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The Kuikuro are an indigenous people from the Mato Grosso region of Brazil. Their language, Kuikuro, is a part of the Carib language family. The Kuikuro have many similarities with other Xingu tribes. They have a population of 592 in up from 450 in 2002

Parc Indígena Xingu, Mato Grosso, Brasil.

A pinner wrote "Caba Xingu is Capibara? Brazilian indian child with a cabiai Xingu by Alice Kohler". I guess the animal is a Capibara, and the child is from the Xingu tribe.

Brazil | A Rikibaktsa Indian attends the Indigenous Games on the island of Porto Real in the city of Porto Nacional | © Eraldo Peres for AP

A Rikibaktsa Indian attends the Indigenous Games on the island of Porto Real in the city of Porto Nacional // © Eraldo Peres for AP

Aldeia Waurá com o Pajé Itsaltako - Xingu 2013 ©Renato Soares

Aldeia Waurá com o Pajé Itsaltako - Xingu 2013 ©Renato Soares

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