ISO 639-3: ket
||190. Ethnic population: 1,494.
||Upper Yenisei Valley, Krasnoyarski Krai, Turukhansk, and Baikitsk regions; Sulomai, Bakhta, Verkhneimbatsk, Kellog, Kangatovo, Surgutikha, Vereshchagino, Baklanikha, Farkovo, Goroshikha, and Maiduka villages; eastern Siberia, east of Khanti [kca] and Mansi [mns].
Western Asian Russia, reference number 15
||Imbatski-Ket, Yenisei Ostyak, Yenisey Ostiak
||No other extant related languages: the Arin, Assan, and Kott peoples became extinct in the 19th century. GIDS 7. Home. Older adults. People are negative to mildly supportive toward Ket. No monolinguals. Also use Russian.
||Taught in 5 schools. Dictionary. Grammar.
||Traditional way of life has changed. Traditional religion. Nearly extinct.