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China Country Profile

Details: With a population of 1.3 billion, China has more people than any other country on Earth. About a third of the population lives in cities. The rest of the people live in the country. Arts and crafts have a long history in China. Thousands of years ago the Chinese were some of the first people to use silk, jade, bronze, wood, and paper to make art.

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Canada Country Profile

Details: Canada is a vast and rugged land. From north to south it spans more than half the Northern Hemisphere. From east to west it stretches almost 4,700 miles (7,560 kilometers) across six time zones. It is the second largest country in the world, but it has only one-half of one percent of the world's population.

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Egypt Country Profile

Details: Egypt's geography, population, history, and military strength have made it highly influential in the region. Egypt is a democratic republic, although some critics claim that it is not truly democratic. Until 2005, there was never more than one presidential candidate to vote for.

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Haiti facts and photos

Details: Haiti is the poorest country in the Caribbean and among the poorest countries in the world, with some 60 percent of the population living in poverty. The government relies on foreign aid from countries like the United States and Canada , which includes money for food, healthcare, and reconstruction efforts after major weather disasters.

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Finland Country Profile

Details: Finland had been one of the best-performing economies in Europe before 2009, but recently an aging population has slowed down the exchange of goods and money in the country. Currently over 75 percent of the labor force works in the service industry, such as in hotels and restaurants.

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New York Pictures and Facts

Details: New York is bordered by Canada and Lake Ontario in the north; Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the Atlantic Ocean in the south; Lake Erie in the west; and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont in the east.. The St. Lawrence-Champlain Lowland runs along the edge of the Adirondack Mountains and the Canadian border. In this hilly area, you can see Lake Champlain and Thousand Islands, a collection

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Ghana Country Profile

Details: The Akan tribe is the largest group and makes up about 45 percent of the population. They live mostly in villages and grow their food on farms. The traditional cloth of the Ghanaian people is the bright and colorful kente cloth. In the north, the men wear loose flowing clothes made of darker cloth.

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India Country Profile

Details: India is part of the continent of Asia. Most of India forms a peninsula, which means it is surrounded by water on three sides. The world's highest mountain range, the Himalaya, rises in the north. The southeast is bordered by the Bay of Bengal, and the southwest is bordered by the Arabian Sea. India's terrain varies widely, from the Thar Desert

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Narwhal Facts and Pictures

Details: Long, white tusks break the surface of the icy Arctic water. It’s not a waterlogged herd of unicorns—it’s a pod of narwhals! This species of whale is best known for its tusk—a long, spiraled tooth that usually only the males develop. (Females occasionally do.) The tusk can grow to 9 feet (3 meters) long and weigh more than 22 pounds (10 kilograms).

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Iceland Country Profile

Details: Iceland is located between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. It is northwest of the United Kingdom, and is slightly smaller than the state of Kentucky. The land is plateau with mountain peaks, and ice fields, with a coastline marked by fjords, which are deep inlets carved by glaciers. Map created by National Geographic Maps.

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Brazil Country Profile

Details: Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest nation in the world. It forms an enormous triangle on the eastern side of the continent with a 4,500-mile (7,400-kilometer) coastline along the Atlantic Ocean. It has borders with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. The Brazilian landscape is very varied.

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Greenland facts and photos

Details: Nine out of 10 Greenlanders are of Inuit descent, and the remainder of the population are Danish or European. The majority of people in the territory live in one of the island’s 18 cities, including the its capital, Nuuk, located on the southwest coast.

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California pictures and facts

Details: California is bordered by the Pacific Ocean in the west, Oregon in the north, Nevada and Arizona in the east, and Mexico in the south. Follow the 1,100-mile coastline for sandy beaches, cliffs, and mountains. Or head northeast to discover forests with redwood trees that are about 380 feet tall—about as tall as a football field is long.

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Denmark Country Profile

Details: Denmark is a country in northern Europe. It is made up of the Jutland Peninsula and more than 400 islands in the North Sea. It shares a border with Germany to the south. The country is almost two times the size of Massachusetts.. Denmark's terrain is mostly flat, with gently rolling hills.

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Guatemala Country Profile

Details: The lake is the deepest lake in Central America and is believed to be 900 feet (300 meters) deep and covers 48 square miles (125 square kilometers). Only slightly larger than the U.S. state of Tennessee, Guatemala is a mountainous country with one-third of the population living in cool highland villages. The coastal lowlands are warm and humid.

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Utah Pictures and Facts

Details: The Rocky Mountain elk is the state animal, common in Utah’s mountains. Desert bighorn sheep, mountain lions, white-tailed jackrabbits, piute ground squirrels, and Hopi chipmunks are also among Utah’s mammals. Some birds that fly through the state include red-tailed hawks, American kestrels, golden eagles, red-winged blackbirds, and green-tailed towhees.

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Ladybug facts and photos

Details: There are about 5,000 different species of ladybugs in the world. These much loved critters are also known as lady beetles or ladybird beetles. They come in many different colors and patterns, but the most familiar in North America is the seven-spotted ladybug, with its shiny, red-and-black body. In many cultures, ladybugs are considered good luck. Most people like them because they are pretty

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Ocean Habitat facts and photos

Details: Scientists estimate that about one million species of animals live in the ocean. But most of them—95 percent—are invertebrates, animals that don’t have a backbone, such as jellyfish and shrimp. The most common vertebrate (an animal with a backbone) on Earth is the bristlemouth, a tiny ocean fish that glows in the dark and has needlelike fangs.

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Australia Country Profile

Details: Australia's warm, sunny climate and abundance of open spaces gives the population a love of the outdoors. The people are also passionate about sports, including swimming, surfing, sailing, tennis, soccer, cricket, rugby, and their own invention, Australian rules football.

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Vermont Pictures and Facts

Details: Vermont’s name comes from two French words: vert, which means “green,” and mont, which means “mountain.” The nickname honors the Green Mountain Boys, an army first created to protect Vermont’s land from New York, and which was later reconstituted to serve in the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the Spanish American War.

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Libya Country Profile

Details: The Berber and Arab ethnic groups make up about 97 percent of the country’s population. The Berbers are considered the earliest inhabitants of the country and are thought to have arrived in Libya around 1200 B.C. Arabs began to settle in the country around 700 …

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United States Virgin Islands

Details: Official name: United States Virgin Islands (USVI) Type of territory: Organized, unincorporated territory of the United States Capital: Charlotte Amalie, located on the island of St. Thomas Population (2021 estimate): 105,870 Location: The USVI is located in the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. Official language: English

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Native People of the American Great Plains

Details: Plains tribes didn’t hunt more bison than they needed to survive, so the population of these animals remained stable—that is, until European settlers arrived. By the 1880s these newcomers had hunted the bison almost to extinction. Once these tribes lost their main source of food, the U.S. government forced many of them to move to

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New Hampshire Pictures and Facts

Details: WILDLIFE. Eastern red bats, raccoons, white-tailed deer, and moose are among New Hampshire’s mammals. The state is home to birds such as great horned owls, hairy woodpeckers, and nighthawks. Common reptiles include black racer snakes, painted turtles, and snapping turtles. And amphibians like bullfrogs, salamanders, and American toads live

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Puerto Rico Pictures and Facts

Details: Population (as of 2020): 3,355,911 ; Location: Puerto Rico is located on the continent of North America, between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. It’s east of the Dominican Republic and west of the Virgin Islands. Official languages: Spanish and English

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Peacock Mantis Shrimp

Details: A rainbow-colored crustacean skitters along the ocean floor, adding a splash of brightness to the murky setting. The animal’s narrow, hard-shelled body sports orange, green, red, and blue hues. Known as the peacock mantis shrimp, this beautiful, seven-inch-long critter looks harmless. But the marine animal packs a punch—literally. SHRIMP SMACKDOWN Peacock mantis shrimp mostly live in

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What is the job of the U.S. president

Details: Based on population, each state has a certain number of delegates, or voters, in the electoral college who vote for the president according to how people in their state voted. The candidate who wins the popular vote in the state gets all the state’s delegates, and the candidate who reaches 270 electoral votes wins the White House.

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Georgia Pictures and Facts

Details: Georgia is bordered by Tennessee in the north, South Carolina and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, Florida in the south, and Alabama in the west.. In the northwest corner of the state is the Appalachian Plateau, with deep caves and the 2,393-foot-tall Lookout Mountain.

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