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Sangil
 
Indigenous Group Sangil (Also known as: Sanggil, Sangire, Sangihe, and Sangir Pilipinas, Sangir, Sangu, Marore, Sangirezen, Talaoerezen)
Location Philippines, Balut Island, Sarangani Island, Mindanao.
Estimated Population 15,000 (1996, SIL International)
Environment Coastal and Island
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Fishing / Agriculture / Boat Making
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Sangil
Classification:
Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Sulawesi, Sangiric, Northern
Alternate names: Sanggil, Sangire, Sangihe, and Sangir Pilipinas, Sangir, Sangu, Marore, Sangirezen, Talaoerezen

Dialects: Sarangani, Mindanao. Lexical similarity 90% with Sangir
Website URLs Ethnologue, Sangil Language of the Philippines
CSUEB, Sangil
National Commission of Indigenous Peoples, Sangil
Defining indigenous Peoples
NGOs Survival International
Concilliation Resources

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