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Seal Facts for Kids

Details: Is the Seal Population in Danger? Sadly, the seal population has been under threat for a long time. In the past, seals were popular targets for hunters due to their fur. Seals were targeted so much that certain species are no longer around today. Today, the greater threat to the seal population is climate change.

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Coyote Facts for Kids

Details: Coyote Population Keeps Growing. Male and female coyotes face many life-threatening challenges for their entire lives. 90% of all puppies die in childhood, they are attacked and eaten by predators, and humans are continuously hunting them. For example, in 2017, hunters killed 11,000 coyotes, and that their fur and skin are used to make clothes.

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Pollution Facts for Kids

Details: About 50% of the world’s population, even some people in the United States, have contaminated drinking water. Now let’s consider air pollution. Air pollution can be visible and invisible. When your grandparents and great-grandparents were growing up, air pollution was something everybody could see.

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Midwest Facts for Kids

Details: Chicago has the highest population with 2.6 million people inside city limits and 9.4 million in total across the wider Windy City metro area. Chicago grew significantly in the late 1800s with the construction of the Home Insurance Building in 1885, which was the first skyscraper ever built. It was torn down in 1931 to make room for the present

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Wolverine Facts for Kids

Details: Their Population Is In Decline. Whilst not yet at concerning enough levels to be considered endangered, their population is in continual decline. This is for a multitude of reasons. First, hunters seek their thick hydrophobic fur, and in the past, their skin has been used to line coats and other items of clothing.

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Honduras Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The total population of the country is 9,112,867. The official language is Spanish. The country gained independence on September 15, 1821 from Spain. The national anthem is “Himno Nacional de Honduras” (National anthem of Honduras). The national bird is the Scarlet Macaw, the national animal is the white-tailed deer

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Eritrea Facts for Kids

Details: According to the study conducted by the World Bank in 2011 Eritrea’s population is approximated to be 4.475 million people. But as per 1st January 2017 the population was estimated to be about 5,393,998 individuals. Eritrea’s water is …

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Dog Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The United States has the largest population of dogs in the world, with France listed second for the population of dogs. A dog’s mouth is very strong. It can exert anywhere from 150 to 200 lbs. of pressure per square inch; however, some breeds can exert over 450 lbs. per square inch.

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England Facts for Kids

Details: Also, the population of people living in England is 1.5 times the population of California. The official language of England was French about 300 years ago. The largest wetland found on earth known as Slimbridge Wildlife and Wetlands Trust is found in England. It is the largest residence for Swans, geese, and ducks on the earth.

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Gorilla Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: They are mainly endangered with a falling population due to gorilla habitat loss. They mainly live on plants, bamboo, and foliage. Because of human encroachment into forest areas and lands being cleared for a growing human population the habitat area of the mountains is becoming less and less. Diseases can also have a devastating impact on them.

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Burkina Faso Facts for Kids

Details: The total population of Burkina Faso is over 19 million. Burkina Faso was ruled by the Mossi before Europeans. The Mossi were kingdoms of tribes throughout Burkina Faso. Burkina Faso became independent from France on August 5, 1960. The first President of Burkina Faso was Maurice Yameogo. Burkina Faso is the Parliamentary Republic.

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Chesapeake Bay Facts for Kids

Details: The latest population statistics show that the bay has a human population of over 17 million people. Additionally, the bay is the habitat to more than 3600 species of plants. The bay attracts over one million waterfowl birds in the annual migration along the Atlantic Migratory Bird Flyway.

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Arctic Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The people in the arctic are living on three different continents where the Arctic touches. The main activities among the community living in the arctic are reindeer keeping, which is an age-old tradition, especially among the Sami people. Modernization has already reached the human population living in the Arctic. Even in the deep parts.

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Grassland Facts for Kids

Details: A grassland’s ability to support this massive population depends on everything in the biome working together. The soil must be lush and nutrient-dense to support the extensive root systems, which support the growth of vegetation, that in turn feeds the herbivores, who feed the carnivores, and everything (animal excrement, plant matter, and

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Austria Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The population of Austria is 8.7 million people; The capital city is Vienna (Wien). Austria is a German-speaking country and many people also speak English. The capital city Vienna has about 1.9 million people living there. The biggest mountain is the Grossglockner which is 3,798 m high. The longest river is the Danube 2860 km long.

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Raccoon Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The population of raccoons is diminishing due to the expansion of people and cities. Raccoons are mammals and are also carnivores, but a raccoon will eat many types of fruits and vegetables as well. Raccoons make their homes in the hollows of trees, in caves, and burrows.

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Haiti Facts for Kids

Details: Haiti has a population of 10,646,714 (est in 2017) making it the most populated country in the Caribbean community and it is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The Network Readiness Index (NRI) ranked Haiti has the lowest among North American countries.

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Zebra Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Zebras consume bugs, which helps to control the population of insects. More Fun Facts Scientists feel that the striping of the zebra acts as a camouflage, making it difficult to pick one animal out when they are all standing together.

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Guyana Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The total population of the country is 737,718 (est. in 2016). The official language is English with other small regional languages also being spoken. The country is the only country is south American that has English as its official language. The country gained independence on May 29, 1966, from the United Kingdom.

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Rabbit Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Did you know that more than half of the world’s population of rabbits actually live in North America. And island of Japan called Okunoshima is occupied by wild rabbits. Because there is no predators on this island they are free to roam the forests and the paths. They love to drink water and can actually drink as much water as a 20 pound dog.

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Afghanistan Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: It has a population of 34 million people (34,124,811). The total land area of Afghanistan is 652,230 sq km. Afghanistan is a landlocked country that shares borders with six other countries, which are Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, China, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. This means it is a land surrounded by other lands and no water boundaries.

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Cambodia Facts for Kids

Details: Based on the United Nations estimate, the current population of Cambodia as of Thursday, August 2, 2018, is 16,264,863 making the country’s population to be equivalent to 0.21% of the total world population. Cambodia ranks number 72 in the list of countries by population. The 2008 National Population Census puts adult literacy rate at 77.6%.

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Bahamas Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The total area of Bahamas is 13,880 sq km with the population being 329,988 as of July. As with every British colonized country, the official language is English and the dominant religion is Christianity. The country’s borders are with Cuba, Haiti, the United States, Turks, and Caicos Islands. The people of the Bahamas are called Bahamian

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Serbia Facts for Kids

Details: In 2008, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia, as 95% of their population was Albanian, it made sense to many of the world’s countries, with the exception of Serbia and Russia. In 2013, Serbia began to arrange normalized talks with Kosovo and it was at that time the European Union agreed to be ‘open for discussion’ regarding the

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Desert Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Desert Facts for Kids. A desert receives less than 10 inches of rain a year. A lot of the animals that live in the desert are nocturnal. The Sahara is the largest hot desert on Earth. Antarctica is the largest cold desert on Earth. 20 percent of the world’s land surface is desert. Animals have learned to adapt to desert conditions.

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Turtle Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Turtle Facts for Kids. Turtles can live long lives, some can live to 200 years of age. The turtle shell is made of keratin, which is the same material that our fingernails are made of. Sea turtles return to the location where they were born to lay their eggs. Sea turtle babies will hatch at night and look for the light of the moon as a guide to

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Pyramids Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Pyramids Facts for Kids. Scientists think that large blocks were cut by the workers, transported along The Nile, and then moved up the pyramids on-ramps. The largest of the pyramids was the one built for the Pharaoh Khufu. People also call this structure the Great Pyramid of Giza. It once stood at 146 meters tall!

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Ireland Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: The problems between the existing population and the new arrivals caused a 1367 law to keep the two groups apart. King Henry VII of England extended English law over the entire country of Ireland in 1495 and took control over the existing parliament of Ireland. He was against the Roman Catholic church and since he had accomplished the

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Myanmar Facts for Kids

Details: About 83 % of the population can read and write. Buddhism constitutes about 87.9% of the people’s religion, Christianity constitutes about 6.2 %, Islam about 4.3%, and Hinduism about 0.5%, the rest of the population profess Tribal and other religions. Myanmar is home to the world’s largest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, and stupas.

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East Timor Facts for Kids

Details: The total population living in East Timor is estimated to be approximately 1.32 million people making it the 158th country in the world in terms of population. 40.91 percent of the total population is between the ages of 0 to 14 years, 20.32 percent is between the ages of 15 to 24 years, 29.95 percent is between the ages of 25 to 54 years, 4.94

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Egypt Facts for Kids

Details: The population living in Egypt is estimated to be about 95.69 million as per 2016. About half of the people living in Egypt live in urban centers whereby they are mostly crowded in Cairo, Alexandria, and other major cities. The longest river in Egypt is the River Nile which a total distance of 6,853 km.

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Slovakia Facts for Kids

Details: Slovakia is in central Europe, landlocked and bordered by the countries of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria, and Ukraine. The split from the industrialized and more affluent countries of the Czech Republic allowed Slovakia to expand and include people in their own nation to pursue employment and higher standards of living.

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Cape Verde Facts for Kids

Details: According to 2018 estimates the population of Cape Verde is 539,698 with 49.6% of the total population being male and 50.4% being female. Cape Verde is a predominantly Christian country with Christianity constituting 89.1% of the population, 9.1% of the population considers themselves as having no religious affiliation, 1.5% professes Hinduism

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Fish Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Facts for Kids. Some fish are omnivores and they will feed on other marine animals like worms, smaller fish and crustaceans. Some fish will eat plant matter and small organisms like algae. Some fish are carnivorous and eat other fish like Krill, Shrimp, crabs and Squid. At home, you can feed your fish an assortment of things.

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Finland Facts for Kids

Details: Finland Facts: Population: 5,246,000 people Capital City: Helsinki (1,075,000 people) Languages: Finnish, Swedish Religion: Evangelical Lutheran Area: 130,558 sq mi (338,145 sq km) Currency used: Euro Literacy Percentage: 100 Life Expectancy: 78 years Historical Facts: Not much is known about the people that lived in the area we call Finland when the glaciers …

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Norway Facts for Kids

Details: Norway Facts for Kids. Norway has been voted as the best country to live in by the United Nations. Norway has had a higher economic growth rate than any of the European countries. Norway is home to a culture of reindeer herders called Lapps or Sami. They have the largest population of reindeer herders in the world.

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Different Types of Sharks for Kids

Details: The population of sharks around the world is in constant and rapid decline, as sharks grow relatively slowly, and it takes years for them to mature. Sharks have a relatively low production of offspring, which is what makes sharks vulnerable to over-exploitation.

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Jeju Island Facts for Kids (All You Need to Know!)

Details: Mount Halla is the central volcanic core of the island and the highest mountain in the whole of South Korea at 6,398 feet (1,950 meters) above sea level. It is an extinct volcano with a crater lake. In 2014, Jeju Island had a population of 621,500. The island’s main city, Jeju City, housed over two-thirds of the total population (408,364).

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Brazil Facts for Kids

Details: Brazil has a total population of more than 210 million people. Brazil is a Democracy. The official language of Brazil is Portuguese. Brazil has a high literacy rate. More than 91% of Brazilians can read and write. Most Brazilians are Christians. Roman Catholics make up 65% of the population. Brazil was claimed by the Portuguese in 1532.

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Mount Vesuvius Facts for Kids

Details: Ashes and pumice covered the city, destroying buildings, crushing the population, and asphyxiating them. How many survived Pompeii. The numbers of people living in the city at the time of the eruption have been estimated at 20,000 based on historical documents and artifacts. Archaeologists estimate 2,000 people died in the eruption based on

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United Kingdom Facts for Kids

Details: The United Kingdom is considered part of Europe, although it is separated from the European continent by both the English Channel and the North Sea. It is informally called ‘Britain’ and includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Fun Facts about the United Kingdom: Population: 60,068,000 people Capital City: London, 7,615,000 people Language: English, …

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Finland and Scandinavia Facts for Kids

Details: Basic Facts for Norway: Population: 4,620,000 people Capital City: Oslo, 795,000 people Language: Norwegian Religion: Evangelical Lutheran Currency: Norwegian Krone Area: 125,004 sq mi (323,758 sq km) Literacy Percentage: 100 Life Expectancy: 79 years Historical Facts: During the Roman iron age there were many tribes that were taken over by the Roman empire.

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Geese Facts for Kids

Details: The population of Canadian Geese was hit the hardest, and this once common bird became a rare sight. Thanks to conservation efforts, the Canadian Goose is now officially listed as a “stable” species. The next time you see this impressive bird flying overhead, thank the researchers and conservationists that helped protect it.

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Netherlands Facts for Kids

Details: The Netherlands is located in Western Europe and faces the North Sea. It is bordered by the countries of Germany and Belgium. The name ‘Netherlands’ translates to mean ‘low country’ which describes a majority of the land as only around fifty percent of the land is above sea level.

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