|Native speakers||28,000 (2001 census)|
Apatani (Apa Tani, Tanii) is a small Tibetan–Burman language of India. As most endangered oral languages, Apatani does not yet have a standardized orthography, and there is still some debate among the Apatanis on which script should be used to transcribe it.
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