Talk:Tani languages

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"Scattered Tani communities spill over the Sino-Indian border into adjacent areas in Motuo (Miguba and Misinba tribes), Milin (Bokar and Tagin tribes), and Longzi (Bengni, Na, Bayi, Dazu, and Mara tribes) counties of Tibet, where together with the non-Tani tribe Idu they form the Lhoba nationality. " but the Lhoba page says they only number 2,300. Seems a lot of sub-divisions for such a small group. -- Beardo 16:23, 21 September 2006 (UTC)