This species is still widespread (see e.g. http://www.wikiaves.com/mapaRegistros_cujubi) but is strongly-tied to forest-habitat and seems to avoid secondary forest. It is heavily hunted in the north of its Amazonian range but likely less impacted further south. Habitat loss likely reflects population declines and hunting may be regionally additive.
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