Nenets - Siberia
Brigade 2, Nenets, | Yamal Peninsula, Ural Mountains, Siberia| Russia, 2011
Nenets speak their own Uralic language, known locally as N’enytsia Vada, which is distantly related to Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian. Tundra Nenets and Forest Nenets speak different versions that are largely mutu- ally unintelligible.
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