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Záparo is a nearly extinct language from the borderlands of Peru, spoken by only one person out of an ethnic population of 170, in the Pastaza Province, between the Curaray river and Bobonaza rivers, as of 2000. Záparo is also known as Zápara and Kayapwe. Though it was spoken by 1 person in 2000, there is the distinct possibility that it may be extinct. The members of the Záparo ethnic group now speak Quichua, though there is a language revival effort beginning. Záparo is sometimes confused with Andoa, though the two languages are distinct. Záparo has a subject verb object word order.
The Zaparos were one of the most numerous peoples of eastern Amazonia and it is thought the language was spoken by more than 100,000 people at some point. The number of speakers steadily declined after the arrival of Europeans under the effect of old world diseases and of wars with other Amazonian people driven off by the progress of European settlement.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Zaparos fell victims to the rubber boom. As with many amazonian peoples they were virtually enslaved and used as cheap labor to collect rubber. As a result their communities were heavily disrupted and their scattered members began to intermarry with neighboring tribes. The use of the zaparo language was progressively discontinued in favor of Quechua.
Only 150–170 ethnic Zaparos remain today, most of them in the Loreto department and all of them are Quechua speakers. Very few people have some command of Zaparo and those are now elderly and isolated. The language is no longer used in everyday conversations, even though a language revival is currently underway.
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