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   Capital: Pago Pago
    Population: 68,061
    GDP: $575,300,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    77 (sq miles)
    199 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: US dollar (USD)
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    Capital: Canberra
    Population: 22,015,576
    GDP: $882,400,000,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    2,967,909 (sq miles)
    7,686,850 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)

American Samoa Facts

The Hawksbill Sea Turtle is a shy tropical reef dwelling species that feeds on jellyfish, sea urchins, and their favorite food sea sponges.
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Australia Facts

Tucker” is the aussie word for food. Because of Australia's many immigrant communities, many of the dishes have European and Asian influences including Asian, Greek .

    Capital: Avarua
    Population: 10,777
    GDP: $183,200,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    93 (sq miles)
    240 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD)

Cook Islands Facts

The islands were formerly called the Hervey Islands. Avarua on Rarotonga is the administrative center of the group.

    Population: 3
    GDP: $0 (USD)
    Total Area:
    1 (sq miles)
    3 (sq kilometers)

Coral Sea Islands Facts

The Coral Sea Islands were declared a territory of Australia in 1969.
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    Capital: Suva
    Population: 957,780
    GDP: $3,869,000,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    7,054 (sq miles)
    18,270 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: Fijian dollar (FJD)

Fiji Facts.

The father acts as head of the family. Large families are not uncommon. The elderly are often cared for by their own children.
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    Capital: Papeete
    Population: 291,000
    GDP: $4,718,000,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    1,609 (sq miles)
    4,167 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: Comptoirs Francais du
    Pacifique franc (XPF)

French Polynesia Facts

Tahiti is French Polynesia's largest island.
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    Capital: Hagatna
    Population: 180,865
    GDP: $0 (USD)
    Total Area:
    212 (sq miles)
    549 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: US dollar (USD)
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Guam Facts

Guam is the largest and southernmost island in the Marianas Archipelago.
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    Capital: Tarawa
    Population: 99,482
    GDP: $618,000,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    313 (sq miles)
    811 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)

Kiribati Facts

The Republic of Kiribati is particularly concerned about global warming. It is thought that climate change will see the disappearance of the low-lying islands.
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Marshall Islands
    Capital: Majuro
    Population: 65,859
    GDP: $133,500,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    70 (sq miles)
    181 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: US dollar (USD)

Marshall Islands Facts

For almost 40 years the islands were under U.S. administration as the easternmost part of the United Nation's Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
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    Capital: Palikir
    Population: 107,154
    GDP: $238,100,000 (USD)
    Total Area:
    271 (sq miles)
    702 (sq kilometers)
    Currency: US dollar (USD)

Micronesia Facts

The Federated States of Micronesia is composed of the island states of Yap, Chuuk (Truk), Pohnpei (Ponape), and Kosrae, all in the Caroline Islands.
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