List of Sepik River Crocodile Tribes

  1. Chambri Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their elaborate skin-cutting ceremonies, unique art, and cultural practices.

  2. Iatmul Tribe:

    • Location: Middle Sepik.
    • Significance: Renowned for their distinctive art, including intricate wood carvings and masks, and the construction of spirit houses.

  3. Abelam Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their vibrant yam cult, traditional dances, and distinctive bark paintings.

  4. Kwoma Tribe:

    • Location: Middle Sepik.
    • Significance: Celebrated for their distinctive art, especially their intricately decorated ceremonial houses and masks.

  5. Yangoru Boiken Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their distinctive art and carvings, including ancestral figures and masks.

  6. Baiyer River Tribes:

    • Location: Western Highlands, contributing to the Sepik River region.
    • Significance: Diverse tribes with unique cultural practices, including engaging with the Sepik River.

  7. Korogo Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Recognized for their contributions to Sepik art, including wood carvings and traditional masks.

  8. Kaunga Tribe:

    • Location: Middle Sepik.
    • Significance: Known for their traditional dances and art, with a focus on woodcarvings and storytelling.

  9. Kombio Tribe:

    • Location: West Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their traditional lifestyles, engaging in subsistence activities and preserving cultural practices.

  10. Kwalea Tribe:

    • Location: Sepik Plains.
    • Significance: Known for their unique cultural traditions and practices, contributing to the diversity of the region.

  11. Kwanga Tribe:

    • Location: Sepik Plains.
    • Significance: Engaged in traditional activities, contributing to the cultural diversity of the Sepik River.

  12. Biwat Tribe:

    • Location: Middle Sepik.
    • Significance: Known for their artistic expressions, including intricately carved objects and traditional ceremonies.

  13. Wosera Gawi Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Engaged in traditional agriculture and maintaining unique cultural traditions.

  14. Ambunti Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their cultural practices, including traditional dances and art.

  15. Angoram Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Engaged in riverine activities, contributing to the cultural diversity of the Sepik River.

  16. Murik Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their participation in the Crocodile Festival and cultural practices centered around crocodiles.

  17. Kanganaman Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Engaged in traditional practices and contributing to the cultural richness of the region.

  18. Iwam Tribe:

    • Location: Sepik Plains.
    • Significance: Known for their traditional lifestyles and unique cultural traditions.

  19. Ninggerum Tribe:

    • Location: Sepik Plains.
    • Significance: Engaged in traditional practices, contributing to the cultural diversity of the Sepik River.

  20. Arafundi Tribe:

    • Location: East Sepik Province.
    • Significance: Known for their unique cultural practices, art, and contributions to the Sepik River region.

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  1. Chambri Tribe
  2. Black Water Tribe
  3. Yangit Tribe
  4. Sandaun Province Tribes
  5. Kaningara Tribe
  6. Iatmul Tribe
  7. Baiyer River Tribes
  8. Yirwondi Tribe
  9. Kombio Tribe
  10. Biwat Tribe
  11. Iwam Tribe
  12. Korogo Tribe
  13. Kanganaman Tribe
  14. Kanduanum Tribe
  15. Angoram Tribe
  16. Murik Tribe
  17. Abelam Tribe
  18. Kwoma Tribe
  19. Kwanga Tribe
  20. Kandingei Tribe
  21. Mindimbit Tribe
  22. Kamind Tribe
  23. Kopar Tribe
  24. Korewori Tribe
  25. Kandrian Tribe
  26. Anor Tribe
  27. Kwomtari Tribe
  28. Boiken Tribe
  29. Kaunga Tribe
  30. Kaulong Tribe
  31. Torembi Tribe
  32. Arafundi Tribe
  33. Imanmeri Tribe
  34. Kwapmangi Tribe
  35. Ninggerum Tribe
  36. Ambunti Tribe
  37. Tangu Tribe
  38. Akrukay Tribe
  39. Wogamusin Tribe
  40. Yibihil Tribe
  41. Ipili Tribe
  42. Wosera Gawi Tribe
  43. Wabu Tribe
  44. Senglap Tribe
  45. Kwalea Tribe
  46. Karawari Tribe
  47. Malol Tribe
  48. Wombun Tribe
  49. Sos Kundi Tribe
  50. Wampur Tribe
  1. Samban Tribe
  2. Mindimbit Tribe
  3. Korogo Tribe
  4. Kaironk Tribe
  5. Iatmul Tribe
  6. Angoram Tribe
  7. Kombio Tribe
  8. Sausi Tribe
  9. Amele Tribe
  10. Keram River Tribes
  11. Dandung Tribe
  12. Kweara Tribe
  13. Wom Village Tribe
  14. Yirwondi Tribe
  15. Usino Tribe
  16. Gawi Tribe
  17. Kwatayma Tribe
  18. Karasabai Tribe
  19. Waris Tribe
  20. Kamiali Tribe
  21. Mawase Tribe
  22. Drekikir Tribe
  23. Yinwum Tribe
  24. Malasiga Tribe
  25. Samap Tribe
  26. Yessan Tribe
  27. Yirwondi Tribe
  28. Kanganaman Tribe
  29. Kandingei Tribe
  30. Pondo Tribe
  31. Wompo Tribe
  32. Tambunum Tribe
  33. Kwatpu Tribe
  34. Nuku Tribe
  35. Kwinglap Tribe
  36. Yirwondi Tribe
  37. Mende Tribe
  38. Rawa Tribe
  39. Laugui Tribe
  40. Maleun Tribe
  41. Malu Tribe
  42. Kurulu Tribe
  43. Kiri Tribe
  44. Aytape Tribe
  45. Awim Tribe
  46. Digul Tribe
  47. Kamulai Tribe
  48. Kumil Tribe
  49. Maru Tribe
  50. Gure Tribe

THIS LIST ABOVE IS A DRAFT LIST OF THE TRIBES AROUND SEPIK RIVER. WE HAVE NO REAL INFORMATION ON THESE TRIBES AT THE MOMENT SO IF YOU LIKE TO HELP US COMPLETE THIS RECORD PLEASE SEND US YOUR INFO AND PHOTOS.