Is this remote Siberian language an ancestor to Navajo?


Edward Vajda believes he knows where an entire family of North American languages came from.

Vajda, a historical linguist at Western Washington University, spent several years in Russian Siberia learning Ket, a language so obscure that most of its own tribe no longer speak it. 

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