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Chamí or Emberá-Chamí is a Colombian indigenous ethnic group that speaks a dialect of the Emberá language: Chamí means “mountain range” and Embera means “people”; The Chamí are, then, the People of the Cordillera, as opposed to the Emberá themselves, who live in the jungles of the plains of the Pacific region, and the Embera-Katío, who inhabit the basins of the Atrato River and the upper Sinú river.

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