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The Shompens with Mongoloid origins, along with Jarawa, Onge and the Sentinelese are considered to be the last surviving stone-age tribes in India with a dwindling population. Considered as skilled hunters, they are a protected group in a jungle within an Indian Biosphere reserve with very limited contact with outsiders. It was during 2014 General Elections that people from Shompen tribe were enabled to exercise their voting franchise for the first time.

Which Indian Biosphere reserve do the Shompens reside in?

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