Sylbo, The Last Speakers of the Lost Whistling Language | TIME

05/21/13 11:16

In the age of mobile phones, the remaining "speakers" of a dying whistling language try to preserve a vital means of communication over vast distances.
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Sylbo, The Last Speakers of the Lost Whistling Language | TIME
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