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THE world has lost Manx in the Isle of Man, Ubykh in Turkey and last year Alaska's last native speaker of Eyak, Marie Smith Jones, died, taking the aboriginal language with her.
Of the 6900 languages spoken in the world, some 2500 are endangered, the UN's cultural agency UNESCO said today as it released its latest atlas of world languages.