According to the UNESCO's Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger, there are 31 endangered languages in Italy. The degree of endangerment is classified in different categories ranging from 'safe' (safe languages are not included in the atlas) to 'extinct' (when there are no speakers left).
The source for the languages' distribution is the Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger unless otherwise stated, and refers to Italy exclusively.
Read more about this topic: Languages Of Italy
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