Amazonian Quichua/Shuar Cultural Knowledge of Nature

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Pedro Andi, "Swallows Call the Rain."  Subtitles are set to English but can be changed to Quichua by clicking the settings icon.

Cite video as:  Tod Swanson,  "Pedro Andi 'The Swallows Call Rain.'" Youtube video. 6:55.  March 30, 2016. https://youtu.be/bWv-Y_b1-fE

Pedro Andi, "The Perfume of the Wanduk Flower."  Subtitles are set to English but can be changed to Quichua or Spanish by clicking the settings icon.   Cite video as:   Tod Swanson,  "Pedro Andi 'The Perfume of the Wanduk Flower.'" Youtube video. 3:59.  August 7, 2016. https://youtu.be/iI6ERoAHpS8

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Bélgica Dagua, "How an Unwanted Man Became the Spirit-Eye Tree."  Subtitles are set to English but can be changed to Quichua or Spanish by clicking the settings icon.  Cite video as:  Tod D. Swanson,   "Bélgica Dagua, 'How an Unwanted Man Became the Spirit-Eye Tree.’” Youtube video.  2:09. October 2, 2016.  https://youtu.be/-SM-n3Dv2wg

Bélgica Dagua, "Origin of the Wooly Monkeys."

Subtitles are set to English but can be changed to Quichua or Spanish by clicking the settings icon.

As we recorded this narrative on the Río Tiputini a large flock of wooly monkeys was feeding directly over us.  It is for this reason that the narrator seems to whisper.  Cite video as:  Tod D. Swanson,   "Bélgica Dagua, 'Origin of Wooly Monkeys.’” Youtube video.  6:18.  August 11, 2016.  https://youtu.be/-SM-n3Dv2wg

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