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The Satere-Mawe's name references two animals native in the region. The first word, Satere, means Òburning caterpillar, a reference to their society's most important clan, the one that traditionally appoints the succeeding political rulers. The second word, Mawe, means intelligent and curious parrot. Here, a Mawe group from various Andire villages is learning something new about the guarana process.
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