Which are the regions with the most endangered languages?
Posted by abdul at October 1st, 2015
Regions with the greatest linguistic diversity are also the ones with the most endangered languages (for instance, Melanesia, Sub-Saharan Africa or South America). But endangered languages can be found in every region and in almost every country in the world.
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