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Pnong people

Bunong
Total population
Unknown
Regions with significant populations
Cambodia : Mondulkiri
Languages
Central Bunong
Religion
Animist
For the town Bunong, see Bar Kham.

The Bunong (alternatively Bunong and other spelling) are an aboriginal Cambodian minority ethnic group, found primarily in Mondulkiri province of Cambodia, and speaking a Mon–Khmer language.

The Bunong minority are normally not members of any organized religion, but instead are animists who revere nature.

Bunong in the media

A Bunong woman, thought to be Rochom P'ngieng, was discovered after presumably spending 19 years alone in the jungle.[1]

Other works about the Bunong include "Living on the margins", the publications of Nomad RSI, and the works of Frédéric Bourdier.

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