Is Africa the most diverse continent in the world?
Africa is, arguably, the most diverse continent in the world. Its 11.7 million square miles of land is rich in biodiversity, featuring forest, woodland, savannah, grassland, desert, wetland, and marine ecosystems.
Why is Africa the most diverse continent?
It’s so diverse because Africa is really, really big — about as big as the combined landmasses of China, the United States, India, Japan and much of Europe. According to studies that screen DNA markers in different populations, the African continent has the highest level of genetic diversity in the world.
What part of Africa is most diverse?
African countries are the most diverse. Uganda has by far the highest ethnic diversity rating, according to the data, followed by Liberia.
Which country is the least diverse?
This limit made Papua New Guinea (PNG) an interesting oddity; as none of its thousands of groups included more than one percent of the population, it was considered to have zero groups and thus have a perfect fractionalization score of 1.
Is there a country called Africa?
Africa is not a country – despite what US rapper Kanye West tweets. But how many countries are there in Africa? That question is a little trickier than you’d think.
Which country is the most multicultural?
Many of us have always known Australia is a successful multicultural nation but now we can boast about the fact that Australia is the most ethnically diverse country in the world.