Tucano is part of the Eastern Tucanoan language family and is spoken in the Amazonas regions of Brazil and Colombia by about 5,000 people. Tucano speakers live mainly along the Papurí River and its tributaries. Tucano has offical status in municipality of São Gabriel da Cachoeira in Amazonas State.
The language is also known as Tukana, Tucana, Tukano, Dasea, Jurutí, Jurití, Yurutí, Tariana, Tariano, Koneá, Koreá, Patsoka or Wahyara, and the native name is Dahseyé.
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