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A Mawe moves from village to village using a traditional canoe. Guarana is a plant native to the highlands of the Maues River basin, which coincides precisely with the Satere-Mawe's traditional territory. The Satere-Mawe have transformed the "Paullinia cupana", a wild vine of the Sapindacea family, into a cultivated shrub, and mastered its planting and processing.
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