The Abipones originally occupied the Chaco region of Paraguay, east of the Paraná River. They were originally a seasonally mobile people of hunters, gatherers, fishers and to a limited extent farmers. They have ceased to exist.
The Abipones were an indigenous nation of Argentina's Gran Chaco, part of the Guaycuru languages linguistic group. They ceased to exist as an ethnic group in the early 19th century. A small number of survivors assimilated into Argentine society.
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