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|Native to||West Papua|
|Region||Wapoga River, in the foothills inland from Cenderawasih Bay|
Mark Donohue (2007) said that Kehu is "probably a Geelvink Bay language, but noone knows enough about those languages, systematically, to say this with confidence for [any of them] beyond Barapasi, T(ar)unggare and Bauzi"
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