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Te Leo Wale – One of the most unusual languages in the world

Saturday 6 August 2022 | Written by Sian Solomon | Published in Features, Weekend

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Te Leo Wale – One of the most unusual languages in the world
Aerial view of Pukapuka. Photo: COOK ISLANDS TOURISM/22080544

The dialect of Pukapuka, which is one of the world’s most unusual languages, is spoken by around only 200 people in Rarotonga.

The dialect of Pukapuka, which is one of the world’s most unusual languages, is spoken by around only 200 people in Rarotonga.


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