GOING TO GREENLAND! + FAN MAIL (Geography Now!)

Hey geograpeeps! So I wanna give you a little, quick update. The National Tourismboard of Greenland saw my top ten travel destination video and, um, they liked it, and we got in contact, and they want to send me to Greenland. So I’m gonna be leaving soon and I’m so excited, you guys know this is my number one travel

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How to make Greenland a CONTINENT? (Alternate Geography & History)

Is Australia the smallest continent or the largest island? When we discuss Australia’s place in the geographical classification, another buddy often comes up. I’m talking about Greenland aka the actual largest island aka the most epic clickbait in history. Since Australia’s been recognized as a continent, so maybe Greenland deserves it too? Perhaps, we should lower the bar and allow

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How to make Greenland a CONTINENT? (Alternate Geography & History)

Is Australia the smallest continent or the largest island? When we discuss Australia’s place in the geographical classification, another buddy often comes up. I’m talking about Greenland aka the actual largest island aka the most epic clickbait in history. Since Australia’s been recognized as a continent, so maybe Greenland deserves it too? Perhaps, we should lower the bar and allow

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Why is Australia a Continent and Greenland is Not?

As we seen in the last video there are several different ways of thinking about how many continents there are, with the most widespread models ranging from 5 to 7 continents. However, in most English speaking countries, as well as other nations around the world, the 7-continent model is taught. Using this model, the continents of the world in order

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Who Owns New Islands?

Who Owns New Islands?

This video was made possible by CuriosityStream. When you sign up with the link in the description, you’ll also get access to Nebula—the streaming video platform that HAI is a part of. Everybody loves islands—they’re like little continents, or really big boats. Part of why islands are so great is that they come in so many different flavors—hot, cold, green,

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Greenland and Iceland Compared

Greenland and Iceland Compared

Iceland and Greenland Both are countries Um, well, Greenland is not exactly its own country It’s part of the Kingdom of Denmark, considered a self-governing constituent country. So it’s almost a country? Kind of a country? Well, most of the people who live there are not Danish. They are Inuit. Iceland is a country. Wait a second. Let me double

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Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Hey everybody, welcome back to flag fan Friday. Hope you like the Maldives episode, right? So before we jump into this, you know this is the part where I kind of fix some things that I made mistakes on or stuff that I didn’t talk about in the Video for one at the 8 minute 32 mark. Oh my gosh.

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Geography Now! MALDIVES

Geography Now! MALDIVES

Hey everybody, GeographyNow.com is finally launched And since you guys asked for it, We made you guys ‘Geography Now!’ notepads and buttons. Stop by the website if you’d like to get one. Thanks for the support guys! For years, you guys have been joking over and over by saying: “Oh by the time Geography Now gets to the Maldives episode,

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Indonesia – The Largest Island State in the World 🏝️ | Who’s There?

Indonesia – The Largest Island State in the World 🏝️ | Who’s There?

Have you ever been to two hemispheres at the same time? Here it is possible! The largest island state in the world, with almost 18,000 islands, lies on both sides of the equator. It occupies most of the Malayan archipelago, located between the Indian Ocean on the west and the Pacific Ocean on the east. It has a land border

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