Indigenous Peoples By RegionSee also: List of indigenous peoples and Indigenous peoples by geographic regions
Indigenous populations are distributed in regions throughout the globe. The numbers, condition and experience of indigenous groups may vary widely within a given region. A comprehensive survey is further complicated by sometimes contentious membership and identification.
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