Americans are a diverse, wacky group of persons, and here are some numbers to confirm it. Here’s look at some stunning details along with history, economy, mountains, rivers, food and much more about America-
Here comes the top 10 most incredible facts of USA
Fact 10- Incredible Diverse Geography and Wildlife
There are many Incredible USA facts relating to the continent of North America itself and its geography. This land is the crowd to a vast array of geographical features, from arid deserts and flat, windy prairies to great lakes and rivers. The country also boasts world’s most recognizable and breathtaking mountain ranges, including the Appalachians, the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada range areas of the USA and its river includes, eagles, raccoons, sharks, alligators deer, bears, snakes and mountain lions.
Fact 9- The Lowest Temperature Was -80 °F in Prospect Creek, The Highest Was 134 °F in Death Valley
The country is so wide, it is no surprise that it contains such a variety of environments. This Death Valley recording was the highest temperature ever in the world! Much of the south-western coast, California in particular, has a Mediterranean climate, In its northern states, such as Oregon and Washington have oceanic climates, and the Midwest region is known for is the mixture of weather systems.
Fact 8- About History
On on Sept 9, 1791, the town of California DC was formally known as after George Washington, the country’s first president. The Continental Congress officially renamed the country United States of America instead of United Colonies on September 9, 1776. The Region of Columbia part of the name came from Columbia being a poetic title for the USA at the time.
Fact 7- About Population in America
There is calculated to have inhabitants of 323,127,513 making it the third most inhabited country in the world.
New York City is the most populous city in the US. There are a single people than couples in the U.S Every day in the U.S., more than 100,000 individuals get a boosting ticket.
Among developed nations with complete, reliable statistics, the U.S. has the highest teen pregnancy rate, 40% of births in the U.S. come from unmarried women. Out of 1,000 girls ages 15 to 19, 57 are pregnant at any given time.
Fact 6- About Government & Economy
Citizens over the age of 18 years of age vote to elect President and Vice President of USA every Four years. The president lives in the White house in the capital of Washington, D.C.
When The President Barack Obama entered the White house, around 32 million People in America were on meals stamps. Now, over 47 thousand People in America are on food stamps.
Fact 5- About US Inventions
Wireless telegraphy as invented by Guglielmo Marconi later evolving into radio, set information free from wires.
In the era of mass production, the electric welding process enabled production and construction of better, more involved machines for that manufacturing process. The electric welding process by Elihu Thomson.
Fact 4- Very Superstitious
Notably, that Harris poll found that 42 percent of People in America believe in ghosts, 26 % in witches and 24 % in reincarnation. The specific values in Casper and multiple lives have stayed stable since 2005, but witches dropped by 5% points. [The Pseudoscience of Phantom Hunting]
Fact 3- ABout Food
The banana is the most popular fruit in the U.S.
A normal individual in the U.S. consumes 35 tons of meals in the lifetime. 60% of People in America order meals for takeout or delivery at least once per week.
Fact 2- Gun Violence
In 2013, 33,636 People in the united states died of injuries due to guns.
Gun crime activity is more frequent in the US than in other countries
There are more gun suicides than gun homicides in America, Locations with more guns have more homicides, Suicide is more common in places with more guns.
Fact 1- About Statue of Liberty
The statue of Liberty is identified as a robed lady representing Libertas, a Roman goddess. She keeps a flash light above her head, and on her left arm has a tabula ansata engraved in Roman numbers with “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI” (July 4, 1776), the date of the U.S. Announcement of Independence. The statue became a symbol of freedom and of the U. s. Declares, and was a welcoming sight to immigrants coming from overseas.The seven rays on the top of the statue of Liberty signify the seven major continents. Each measures up to 9 feet in length and is as much as 150 pounds.
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