The indigenous people in the state of Amazonas are the Sateré. Alternative names are Sateré-Mawé or simply Mawés. Their current population in the mid-Amazon River region is just over 10,000. A main source of their income is producing crafts they call teçume. These bags, hats, jewelry, etc. are produced from materials found in the Amazon Rainforest. This woman is wearing a headdress and skirt made from parrot feathers. The body paint is extracted from genipapo berries.