The Hudson Bay is the no. 13th contiguous open water surface on earth. It has a huge, 475,8 square mile (1,232,300 square km) area and 420 square feet (128 square meters) average depth. The Hudson Bay’s greatest known depth is 600 feet (183 meters), which can be found at the Near entrance.
A United Nations-devised ranked index of countries’ development that evaluates the quality of life issues (such as gender equality, literacy, and human rights) in addition to economic performance.
The skills and talents of employed people.
Organic material in the soil.
Location: Central Europe Official name: Hungary Formation (date of independence / date current borders were established): 1918 / 1947 Capital city: Budapest Population: 10 million / 280 people per sq mile (108 people per sq km) Total land area: 35,919 square miles (93,030 square km) Language(s) spoken: Hungarian (Magyar) (official language) Main religions: Roman Catholic … Read more
Hunter-gatherers: people who feed themselves by hunting wild animals and gathering fruits, nuts, and berries.
A mode of livelihood, based on collecting wild plants and hunting wild animals, generally practiced by preagricultural peoples.
A storm that forms over warm, tropical ocean waters.