Botswana True or False?

Determine whether these statements about Botswana are true or false.
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Last updated: June 27, 2022
First submittedJuly 18, 2021
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1. Botswana has the highest population of wild African elephants in the world
True
False
2. Botswana declared independence from France in 1966
True
False
Botswana declared independence from the British Empire in 1966
3. The Limpopo River flows into the Okavango Delta
True
False
4. Setswana is the de jure official language of Botswana
True
False
English is Botswana's official language, although Setswana serves as the country's de facto official language
5. Victoria Falls are located 25 kilometres away from Botswana
True
False
They are about 50km from Botswana, located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe
6. Botswana's currency called Pula, is named after rain
True
False
7. Botswana's San Bushmen make clicking sounds to communicate
True
False
8. Botswana is the world's largest diamond producer
True
False
Russia is first by production, Botswana comes in at second, but Botswana has the highest diamond production by value
9. Botswana is one of the least densely populated countries in the world
True
False
Botswana is in the top 10 least densely populated countries in the world, even lower than Canada!
10. Botswana used to be called Bechuanaland
True
False
This was Botswana's name as a British protectorate
11. Botswana has a population of White and Black Rhinoceroses
True
False
Botswana has a sanctuary dedicated to Rhino's
12. Botswana has no leopards
True
False
I've been told that they do, but I've never seen them myself. Maybe it's a myth?
13. Botswana used to have a small excalve on the Atlantic coast that it gave to Namibia in 2004. Since then it has been land locked.
True
False
This is totally made-up.
14. Over 50% of Botswana's land is part of the Kalahari Desert
True
False
15. Botswana shares a 150 metre border with Zambia, dividing Zimbabwe and Namibia
True
False
For such a small border it takes a mammoth of time to cross. Also you technically go through Zimbabwe when going back and forth.
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