Disappearing Arctic Languages

According to an article in Pravda today, there are only 2 people in the world that speak Ter Sami a language spoken in the northeastern part of the Kola Peninsula in Russia. They are two elderly people, and there is doubt that the language will survive them.
Five other languages are on the endangered hit list:


See also: Nunavut Language Summit

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