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Kinship with Monkeys

The Guajá Foragers of Eastern Amazonia (Historical Ecology Series)
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Columbia University Press
Ecological science, the Biosphere, Ethnography, Indigenous peoples, Primates, Sports & Recreation, Science/Mathematics, Amazon river, Brazil, Anthropology - General, Hunting - General, Life Sciences - Ecology, Science / Ecology, Ethnozoology, Guaja Indians, Guajâa Indians, Maranhao (State), Maranhäao (State), Mo
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ISBN 100231125259
ISBN 139780231125253

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Therefore, all consumption can be considered a form of cannibalism. About this book Anthropologist Cormier spent 15 months living among the Guaja, a foraging people in a remote area of Brazil.

The result is this ethnographic study of the extraordinary relationship between the Guaja Indians and monkeys. While monkeys are an important food source for the Guaja, some are adopted and nurtured like human children.

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Kinship with Monkeys Book Description: Intrigued by a slide showing a woman breast-feeding a monkey, anthropologist Loretta A. Cormier spent fifteen months living among the Guajá, a foraging people in a remote area of Brazil.

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Her research reveals that monkeys play a vital role in Guajá society, ecology, economy, and religion.

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