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According to watchtutorials, the population of Tuvalu is around 11,000 people. This small island nation is located in the South Pacific Ocean, and it is made up of nine coral atolls. The majority of the population are Polynesian, with a minority of people from Micronesia, Kiribati, and other parts of the Pacific region. Tuvalu is one of the smallest countries in the world with a land area of only 26 square kilometers (10 sq mi). The majority of the population lives on Funafuti Atoll, which is home to about 5,500 people. Other atolls have smaller populations ranging from 500 to 1,500 people. The primary language spoken in Tuvalu is Tuvaluan but English and other languages are also spoken by many people living there. Most of the population is Christian although there are some traditional beliefs still practiced as well. The economy in Tuvalu relies heavily on fishing and subsistence agriculture since there are no natural resources or industry to speak of. There are limited educational opportunities available due to its small size and lack of resources but literacy rates remain high at 99%. Life expectancy at birth for both men and women is around 70 years old which has increased significantly since independence in 1978. Overall, Tuvalu’s population remains small but vibrant thanks to its diverse cultural makeup and strong sense of community spirit.

Tuvalu Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Tuvalu: Political System According to topschoolsintheusa, Tuvalu is a parliamentary-democratic monarchy in the Commonwealth. At the head of the state is the British Queen as Queen of Tuvalu. This is represented locally by a governor general; however, it only has representative tasks. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Tuvalu politics, and acronyms as well. The… Read More »

How to get to Tuvalu

Overview Although Tuvalu is the second smallest country in the world and, according to the UN, one of the least developed nations on earth, it fulfills all the requirements for a classic South Seas paradise. Visitors enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and palm-fringed beaches. Typical of the local vegetation are the pandan, the papaya, the banana,… Read More »