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Basin of 2,500,000 square miles
Named Voronya Cave (means “Crows’ Cave”)
0.02 in average annual rainfall
265.47 in average annual rainfall
More than 5 times the circumference of Earth
Avg temperature of 93.2 F 34° C
Surface of water 1,349 feet below sea level.
9 times more salts and minerals than the oceans.
8.6 times greater salinity than the average ocean
Nunavut, Canada 21,331 sq miles-Population 0
Per capita annual gdp of $400 PPP in 2004
11.7% of the Earth’s surface
Avg temperature of -2.46 F
217 miles long, 4-18 miles wide, 1 mile deep.
190,000 square miles, Mountain ridges, valleys, 1% sand dunes.
19,882 feet height. Nevado Ojos del Salado is higher but has not been active for over 1300 years.
Depression of 110 ft below sea level
3,500 mile stretch of 17,000 islands
Over 120 million inhabitants
Kilimanjaro is a giant stratovolcano
150 miles long, 4,500 square miles.
Death Valley is -282 feet
12,500 feet above sea level.
320 miles length. Antarctica
5,354 feet deep, Salzburg, Austria
Per capita gdp of $55,600 PPP in 2005
352 miles. Kentucky, U.S.
200 miles southwest of Guam in the Pacific Ocean, 35,840 feet below the ocean surface.
33,474 ft (19,678 under the ocean’s surface)
16,689 people per square kilometer in 2006
On the border between Nepal and Tibet
7,613 feet above sea surface and 20,000 below sea surface to sea floor.
In Auyuittuq Natl Park “The Land That Never Melts”
13,000 square miles, gravel plains.
Researchers in Brazil are now claiming that the Amazon is longer, but historically it's been given that the Nile is the longest.
550 miles long, upt to 50 miles wide.
19,882 feet height. Has not been active for over 1300 years.
Called the Challenger Deep, it is the deepest part of the Mariana Trench.
Also called “Angel Falls” (2,648 ft)
35,197,000 people. Japan.
Night lasts for five months here
1.02 people per sq kilometer in 2006
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