We talked about Iceland in last week’s rabbit hole;
103,000 square kilometers housing 304,000 people.
The population density of Iceland is less than 3 people per km².
Java, an island in Indonesia, is about the same size;
132,000 square kilometers housing 130,000,000 people.
The population density of Java is 1,026 people per km².
Java and Iceland are roughly the size of Tennessee,
yet Java contains as many people as live in all of America west of the Mississippi.
The population of Tennessee is 53 people per km².
Just in case you were wondering,
the population of America is 31 people per km².
I'm thinking Java is pretty crowded.
This is the end of the side tunnel.
Did you already explore the main channel?
Aroo and Aroo
To You and Yours.