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Koro language: Koro, a new hidden language discovered in North East India

Linguists have discovered a 'hidden' language in a northeastern tribe of India found in Arunachal Pradesh.

The new language identified as Koro belongs to the Tibeto-Burman language family and is spoken by people under 1000.

According to experts the new language Koro has not yet undocumented and unrecognized by the world. The language is exclusively a spoken language and hasn't been written down in paper yet.

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