2/2: Where do the migrants of Panama's Darién Gap come from? @Michael_Yon

Apr 24, 12:48 AM
Photo: The Darién Gap  is a break across the North and South American continents within Central America, consisting of a large watershed, forest, and mountains in the northern portion of Colombia's Chocó Department and Panama's Darién Province.
      The Darién Gap is home to the Embera-Wounaan and Guna, as well as the Cueva (who were extinct by 1535) before the 16th century.  Here: The poet and politician Eduardo Cote Lamus on his journey in Río San Juan (Choco, Colombia) in 1958 with some of the people speaking Choco languages.

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2/2: Where do the migrants of Panama's Darien Gap come from? @Michael_Yon