The Batak is the smallest among the different tribes in Palawan. Sadly, their tribe is also disintegrating. In the early s, there were around of them. During the 70s, there were almost of them.
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The Batak are one of about indigenous peoples of the Philippines. They are located in the northeastern portions of Palawan , a relatively large island in the southwest of the archipelago. There are only about Batak remaining according to a census . Also called Tinitianes , the Batak are considered by anthropologists to be closely related to the Aeta of Central Luzon, another Negrito tribe. They tend to be small in stature, with dark skin and short curly or " kinky " hair, traits which originally garnered the "Negrito" groups their name. Still, there is some debate as to whether the Batak are related to the other Negrito groups of the Philippines or actually to other, physically similar groups in Indonesia or as far away as the Andaman Islands. The Batak have for centuries combined a hunting-gathering lifestyle  with seeding of useful food plants, kaingin , a slash and burn farming method,  and trading. The Batak had important trading connections with the maritime peoples of the Sulu region for many centuries of their history.
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