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Dugout Canoes, Dugout Canoe Paddles, Tribal Drums, and Blowguns and More

Ethnographic crafts and tools from the Amazon Rainforest for zoos, museums, and collectors

Original Dugout canoes from the
Amazon Rainforest
Item 1505

These are working canoes used by fishermen along the Amazon River and its tributaries. These canoes are usually 3.5 to 4 meters long and made from  a solid piece of marupa wood.....more






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         Item 820
Harpoon For Paiche Fish
Shaft made from cumaseba wood. Head detachable with cord and float....more

                Item 1042
Bora Skirt Made From Llanchama
Boras fashion their clothing from parchment from the bark of the llanchama tree,
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Recommended Books and maps
Tales From The Jungle: A Rainforest Reader, Katz and Chapin
ITW Map, Northwest South America

Amazonian Ethnobotanical Dictionary, Duke and Vasquez

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