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Bororo

Information about the Bororo

The Bororo are a Macro-Jê-speaking people in the Mato Grosso region of Brazil; they also extended into Bolivia and the Brazilian state of Goiás. The Western Bororo, now extinct, lived around the Jauru and Cabaçal rivers, while the Eastern Bororo (Orarimogodoge) live in the region of the São Lourenço, Garças, and Vermelho rivers.

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