|Namesake:||The Jabiru Stork|
|Tribe Type:||Starting tribe|
|Day Formed:||Day 1|
|Tribe Status:||Merged with Tambaqui on Day 20|
|Lowest Placing Member:||Janet Koth (15/16)|
|Highest Placing Member:||Jenna Morasca (Winner)|
Jaburu had no insignia.
Jaburu was a tribe from Survivor: The Amazon.
The tribe is notable for being the first all-female tribe in Survivor history. Although they struggled with day-to-day camp life and the obvious age gap between their members, their high spirits and drive to win helped them defeat their male rivals at Tambaqui. Their tribe color is yellow.
- Christy Smith, a children's adventure guide from Basalt, Colorado.
- Deena Bennett, a deputy district attorney from Riverside, California.
- Heidi Strobel, a gym teacher from Eldon, Missouri.
- Janet Koth, a homemaker from Manchester, Missouri.
- Jeanne Hebert, a marketing director from North Attleboro, Massachusetts.
- Jenna Morasca, a swimsuit model from Bridgeville, Pennsylvania.
- JoAnna Ward, a guidance counselor from Orangeburg, South Carolina.
- Shawna Mitchell, a retail saleswoman from Redwood City, California.
- ► Alex Bell, a triathlon coach from Los Angeles, California.
- ► Deena Bennett
- ► Jenna Morasca
- ► Matthew von Ertfelda, a restaurant designer from Washington, D.C.
- ► Rob Cesternino, a computer projects coordinator from Wantagh, New York.
- ► Shawna Mitchell
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- Jaburu is the first all-female tribe in Survivor history. They were later followed by Yasur (Survivor: Vanuatu), Bayoneta and Casaya (Survivor: Panama), and Salani (Survivor: One World).
- Jaburu is the second tribe (following Ogakor) to get into an altercation over smuggling food. Janet Koth was blamed for smuggling in a granola bar that was found at the bottom of Jaburu's storage container.
- Jaburu is the first tribe since Ogakor to not visit the first Tribal Council, and produce the winner of the season.