Last Updated : 2020-10-25 18:04:43
Canada is indeed an attractive country. It is the largest global exporter of unusual food products - An area of it is filled with snakes in May. And some people live in the country, compared to the rest of the world. Keep reading to find out more amazing facts about Canada.
Canada has the longest coastline in the world - Canada is the longest beach in the world, at a distance of 243,000 km bordering 52,455 islands. If you want to get an idea of how tall it is, it is estimated that at a speed of about 20 km per day, it will take a person 33 years to cross the shores of Canada.
The oldest known rocks in the world can be found here - The Canadian Shield forms a U-shape from Lake Superior in the south to the Arctic islands in the north and from the western part of Canada to Greenland. This is where some of the oldest rocks on earth can be found.
Largest and Smallest Province and Region - Quebec is the largest province in the country, with a total area of 1.5 million sq km. Meanwhile, Prince Edward Island is the smallest at 5,660 sq km. Of the territories, Nunavut is the largest, accounting for one-fifth of Canada total land area - 2 million sq km. Despite being all over the place, it is home to only 38,000 people, because of its harsh climate and foresight.
Longest mountain peak - Mount Logan is the highest mountain in Canada in the Yukon. It is 5,995 m high - 19,551 ft high and can be found in the Cluan National Park and Reserve. The mountain is named after Canadian geologist William Edmund Logan. He is a founding member of the Geological Survey of Canada.
Dead sea version - The Dead Sea in the Middle East is known worldwide for its water so that you do not drown. This is attributed to its high salt content, which makes it denser than freshwater. You will not have to go on that journey to experience this event. Little Manitou Lake is in Saskatchewan, Canada.
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