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|Native to||Ivory Coast|
|Ethnicity||3,180 (1988 census)|
Eotile, or Beti, is a nearly extinct Tano language of Ivory Coast. Speakers are shifting to Anyin, with remaining Eotile speakers heavily influenced by that language. The last speaker of "pure" Eotile is reported to have died in 1993.
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