I don’t believe that this practice is still in play, mostly because it has been made illegal much like ritual cannabalism in New Guinea. If it still does occur it would be among a particular group of indians in the Amazon known as the Jivaro, more specifically Shuar. These are strong people. They’ve managed to survive being conquered by everyone from the Incas to the Spanish. It is possible that some still practice this, but practices like this tend to fall out of cultures when they are exposed to modern influences.
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