Statistics for Countries with a Population under 1 Million by Clue

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Population Clue Country % Correct
801Home to St. Peter's BasilicaVatican City
98%
39,242Known as the "Billionaires' Playground"Monaco
90%
38,128One of the only two double landlocked countriesLiechtenstein
86%
625,978Seat of the highest court in the European UnionLuxembourg
85%
33,931Claims to be the world's oldest republic, founded in 301 ADSan Marino
84%
393,244The closest country to FloridaBahamas
84%
77,265Led by two co-princes, one of whom is the President of FranceAndorra
82%
53,199The smallest country in the CaribbeanSt. Kitts and Nevis
82%
896,445One of seven countries with a J in its nameFiji
81%
10,82461% of adults are obese, the highest rate in the worldNauru
80%
198,414Known as the "Cradle of Polynesia"Samoa
80%
59,190Country that Bikini Atoll is part ofMarshall Islands
79%
110,940Its capital city is KingstownSt. Vincent and the
Grenadines
77%
686,884Where the Battle of Guadalcanal happened in 1942 and 1943Solomon Islands
77%
115,023Consists of 607 islands with a total land area of only
702 square kilometers
F. S. Micronesia
77%
11,792Formerly known as the Ellice islandsTuvalu
77%
183,627The only island in the world that contains a drive-in volcanoSt. Lucia
77%
105,695Has the nickname "The Friendly Islands," as dubbed by
Captain James Cook
Tonga
76%
307,145117 different languages are spoken on this Melanesian archipelagoVanuatu
76%
98,347The richest country in AfricaSeychelles
76%
341,243Known as the "Land of Fire and Ice"Iceland
75%
18,094Home to Jellyfish Lake, where the jellyfish have evolved to
lose their stingers
Palau
75%
287,375Known as the "Land of the Flying Fish"Barbados
75%
437,479One of two countries ruled by a SultanBrunei
74%
786,552The only English-speaking South American countryGuyana
74%
586,632The smallest independent country in South AmericaSuriname
73%
97,929Its two main islands are Spanish for "ancient" and "bearded"Antigua and Barbuda
73%
441,543Nazis tried, but failed, to take these islands from the British in WWIIMalta
72%
119,449Its biggest island is called Christmas IslandKiribati
72%
555,987Uninhabited until settled by the Portuguese in the 1400sCape Verde
71%
219,159Consists of two islands in the Gulf of GuineaSão Tomé and Príncipe
71%
112,523Known as the "Spice Island of the Caribbean"Grenada
71%
540,544Has an average elevation of just 1.5 meters, the lowest of any countryMaldives
68%
869,601Many of its citizens flee to the nearby French island of MayotteComoros
65%
71,986Home to the worlds second largest hot spring, called Boiling LakeDominica
64%
988,000Used as an anti-terrorism base and to deter piracy in the Red SeaDjibouti
59%
771,608Home to the highest un-climbed mountain in the worldBhutan
59%
397,628The "Blue Hole" is a popular scuba spot off this country's coastBelize
54%
628,066Name translates into "Black Mountain" in Spanish.Montenegro
52%

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