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Not to be confused with Pear people (cartoons).
|Regions with significant populations|
|Animist, Theravada Buddhism|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Sa'och, Chong, Samray|
The Pear (also Por) are an ethnic group indigenous to northwestern Cambodia. As of 2008, their total population was 1,830 people living in three or four villages in Rovieng District of Preah Vihear Province.
- 2008 Census, cited in Ethnologue
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