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Sunate, T. Gaspar Rachide; Artista: O. Languages and knowledge systems in the area are endangered because of the dramatic changes in the way of life of groups throughout the area in the last 50 years.
One group whose way of life has changed dramatically in the last 50 years is the! Kung of Namibia and Botswana, who have switched from a hunter-gatherer lifestyle to farming and herding cattle. With this change,! Kung speakers have lost traditional knowledge about hunting and gathering permanently, as there is no!
Kung writing system. The exclamation point in! Kung represents a click — in fact, a particular kind of click. Many languages in Africa, as well as a few in other parts of the world, clicks as part of their consonant system.