|Indonesia: Ambon and Seram|
The Piru Bay languages are a group of twenty Malayo-Polynesian languages, spoken on Ambon Island and around Piru Bay on the island of Seram. None of the languages have more than about twenty thousand speakers, and several are endangered with extinction.
Many of the Piru Bay languages form a dialect continuum.
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