Unforgettable Facts About Places Around The World

Here are some facts about places around the world.
One percent of Greenland's population lives in a single apartment building!
Only 51% of South Carolina high school students will graduate, the lowest of any state.
Over 90% of all fish caught are caught in the northern hemisphere.
Over one million stray dogs live in the New York City metropolitan area.
Snowiest city in the U.S.: Blue canyon, California.
Streets in Japan do not have names.
The average temperature at 40,000 feet above sea level is -60 F.
The average U.S. farm has 467 acres; the average Japanese farm has 3 acres.
The Canary Islands were not named after a bird called the canary. They were named after a breed of dogs!
The Chinese ideogram for 'trouble'depicts two women living under one roof.
The city of Las Vegas has the most hotel rooms in the world.
The country of Brazil is named after the brazil nut.
The Dallas/Ft. Worth airport is larger than New York City's Manhattan Island.
The great wall of China is 1,400 miles long!
The highest point in Pennsylvania is lower than the lowest point in Colorado!
The number of births that occur in India each year is higher than the entire population of Australia.
The state of Florida is bigger than England!
The state of Florida is bigger than England.
The state with the longest coastline in the Continental U.S. is Michigan.
The United States Postal Service handles over forty percent of the world's mail volume.
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