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Inapari is a critically endangered indigenous South American language spoken by just two hundred people in Peru along the Las Piedras river near the mouth of the Sabaluyoq river. The language is already extinct in neighboring Bolivia. All forty remaining speakers are bilingual in Spanish and none have any children, which will likely lead to its extinction once the speakers die. The Inapari language currently has a published dictionary.

External links

Inapari @ Ethnologue

* Ethnologue language map

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