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3.7% of Suriname's population
|Regions with significant populations|
|Paramaribo, Wanica, Para, Marowijne, Sipaliwini|
|Indigenous languages, Dutch, and Sranan Tongo|
|Native American religion, Christianity (Catholicism and Protestantism), others|
Indigenous peoples in Suriname, Native Surinamese, or Amerindian Surinamese, are Surinamese people who are of indigenous ancestry. They comprise approximately 3.8% of Suriname's population of 566,846.
- Akurio, Tapanahoni and Sipaliwini rivers, Kwamalasamutu
- Arawak (Lokono), Suriname, French Guiana, Guyana, Venezuela
- Kalina, Brazil, Guyana, French Guiana, Suriname, Venezuela
- Sikiana, Kwamalasamutu on Sipaliwini river, Brazil
- Tiriyó, Tapanahoni River, Sipaliwini River, Brazil
- Waiwai (Uapixana, Vapidiana, Wapichan, Wapichana, Wapisana, Wapishshiana, Wapisiana, Wapitxana, Wapixana), Amazonas, Brazil, Suriname and Guyana
- Warao (Guarao, Guarauno, Warau, Warrau), Venezuela, Guyana and Suriname
- Wayana, Southwest Marowijne District, upper Tapanahoni river, Brazil, French Guiana
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