28% of all land in the U.S. is owned by the government.
The United States government owns a mammoth amount of land — 640 million acres — which accounts for about 28 percent of all the landmass in the country. By far, most land owned by the federal government is in the American West.
The only continent with no active volcanoes is Australia.
The Yamato dynasty of Japan traces its origins to 660 A.D., making them the oldest continuous hereditary monarchy in the world.
There are no rivers in Saudi Arabia.
Canada has more lakes than any other country.
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