|Total speakers||5 (1976 SIL), may be extinct|
|Language family|| American|
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Cahuarano is a nearly extinct indigenous American language of the Zaparoan family, spoken by a few native people in Perú along the Nanay river. Though classified as nearly extinct, it may already be extinct because its speakers have shifted to speaking Spanish.
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