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Ten Interesting Facts for the Curious Mind about Africa



Africa is home to more unknown than known. Below are 10 facts known about Africa that you possibly did not know about.



Learning about African facts plays a key role in social and emotional education for children and adults. Random facts about Africa highlights ten important key learning facts for social-emotional learning benefits.


Africa Ten Random Facts 


Your brain could always use some random facts about Africa.
Africa

Your brain could always use some random facts about Africa.


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Alpha Omega beauty salon gazaland mall in Kampala Uganda Africa
Africa has 54 countries, South Sudan is the newest and Liberia is the oldest republic.

African continent is the world’s oldest populated area.

Africa has over 25% of the world’s bird species.

Africa has over 85% of the world’s elephants and over 99% of the remaining lions are on the African continent.

Africa is the second largest covering 20.5% of the earth’s total land area. African continent is the world’s oldest populated area.

Almost half of the gold ever mined on Earth has come from a single place, Witwatersrand South Africa.

By 2025, there will be 30 million people younger than 24 years old living in Africa.

China is Africa’s top trade partner with Sino-African trade volumes now nearing $200 billion per year. Angola alone has a population of over 350,000 Chinese residents.

Graca Machel is the only women to have ever been first lady of two different countries, Mozambique and South Africa.


Lemurs are found only on the African island of Madagascar and nearby islands.

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Africa Southern Lesotho metolong dam toilets brick making



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