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Today, mestizos make up the majority of Latin America's population.
Several nations, especially in the Caribbean, have their own Creole languages, derived from European languages and various African tongues.Furthermore, there are about 10 million Quechua speakers in South America and Spain, but more than half of them live in Bolivia and Peru (approximately 6,700,8000 individuals).Other European languages spoken include Italian in Brazil and Argentina, German in southern Brazil, southern Chile and Argentina, and Welsh in southern Argentina.Mixes between the blacks and Amerindians also occurred, and their descendants are known as Zambos.Many Latin American countries also have a substantial tri-racial population, which ancestry is a mix of Amerindians, Europeans and Africans.Practitioners of the Protestant, Pentecostal, Evangelical, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormon, Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Bahá'í, and indigenous denominations and religions exist.
Various Afro-Latin American traditions, such as Santería, and Macumba, a tribal- voodoo religion, are also practiced.
Nowadays, blacks make up the majority of the population in most Caribbean.
Many of the African slaves in Latin America mixed with the Europeans and their descendants (known as Mulattoes) make up the majority of the population in some countries, such as the Dominican Republic, and large percentages in Brazil, Colombia, etc.
This resulted in a mixing of the Amerindians and Europeans and today their descendants are known as mestizos.
Even Latin Americans who are considered "European" usually have some native ancestry.
Although Mexico has almost 80 native languages across the country, the government nor the constitution specify an official language (not even Spanish), also, some regions of the nation do not speak any modern way of language and still preserve their ancient dialect without knowing any other language.