Klata is member of the Philippine branch of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. It is spoken by about 58,500 people in the southern Philippines, particularly on the eastern slopes of Mount Apo in Davao del Sur Province in the Davao Region, and also in Davao City.
Klata is also known as Bagobo-Klata, Bagobo, Bagobo-Guiangga, Clata, Diangan, Giangan, Guanga, Gulanga or Jangan. It is quite closely related to Obo Manobo and Tagabawa.
Information about Klata
https://zorc.net/publications/140=Klata-Archive Special 16(07Oct2019).pdf
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