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|Native to||Indonesia, Maluku|
Unclassified (Central Maluku?)
Moksela is an extinct and unattested language spoken in the Sula Islands of North Maluku province in Indonesia. Based on its location, it was presumably Malayo-Polynesian of the Central Maluku branch.
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