Facts about Africa that you’ll love

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Facts about Africa are some of the most interesting facts you may love to read. While Africa’s economy is relatively poor compared to other continents, Africa has a rich story.  In this post there are seventeen amazing facts about Africa.

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  1. Second largest continent in the world both in size and population. There are over one billion people in Africa.
  2. Nigeria has the largest population in Africa.
  3. Lake Malawi is the 9th largest lake in the world and the second deepest lakes in Africa. The lake has more fish facts about africaspecies than any other lake in the world.
  4. Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world
  5. The largest land animal in the world is the African elephant found in Africa.
  6. The Nile River is the longest river in the world, it is found in Africa.
  7. Over 1500 languages are spoken among a population of over one billion people in found in Africa. About 25{5808e1736132a1fa864f6fc8b64688fbc0d5d9b8c9ab44aea1223eff99f9c2e7} of all languages in the world are spoken in Africa.
  8. Africa is the hottest continent in the world
  9. Africa is the poorest continent in the world
  10. The continent with the youngest population is Africa.  Over 50{5808e1736132a1fa864f6fc8b64688fbc0d5d9b8c9ab44aea1223eff99f9c2e7} of the population in the continent is below the age of 25.
  11. Charles Darwin suggested that the human race originated from Africa. Scientists found that the oldest human ancestors were discovered in Ethiopia, Africa.
  12. Malawi, Africa is the most peaceful country on earth.
  13. Sudan is the largest country in Africa. It has the largest number of pyramids than any other country in the world.facts about Africa
  14. All African countries were colonized except Ethiopia and Liberia
  15. South Africa produces more than half of the gold ever mined in the world.
  16. The largest frog the known as the “Goliath frog” is found in African countries, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea



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