Amarakaeri (north) and Wachipaeri (south). The shadowed area is the probable earlier distribution of the Harákmbut languages.
Harákmbut or Harákmbet is a small language family in Peru spoken by the Harakmbut people.
Campbell & Grondona (2012) note that Adelaar "presents reasonably persuasive evidence that Harákmbut and Katukinan are genetically related."
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