Ter Sámi is a Finno-Ugrian language. It is considered a nearly extinct language. Only 6 people in the world are known to speak it. Most of the people who did speak this language now speak Russian or Kildin Sámi. All of the speakers now live in the Murmansk Province of Russia.

Source: UNESCO Red Book on Endangered Languages: Europe

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