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The United Nations reckons there are 2,471 languages in the world that are in danger of extinction, all of which are mapped in UNESCO’s Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger. In issue #16 of Delayed Gratification, we boiled the map down to the 19 languages for which the situation is most dire. It’s believed that the following languages have only one remaining speaker.
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