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A country where birthdays are illegal.
Birthdays are not generally celebrated in Bhutan but they are not illegal.
A country that has more dogs than people.
The United States has the highest dog population per capita. For every four people, there is one dog!
A country that uses a calendar that is 7 years behind the Western one.
Ethiopia uses two calendars: one Western, one Amharic. The Amharic version is seven years behind the rest of the world.
A country that owns land on the moon.
International space law declares that outer space is the "province of all mankind".
A country that censors TV shows and films featuring time travel.
China began phasing out any form of entertainment depicting time travel because they "lack positive thoughts and meaning,"
A dependency with Star Wars and Pokémon characters on its official currency.
Niue is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand. It uses the New Zealand dollar but also has currency festooned with Disney, Pokémon, and Star Wars characters.
A country where sumo wrestling is the most popular sport.
Sumo wrestling in Japan is popular, but nowhere near as popular as baseball.
A very religious country with penis murals on homes, public buildings and temples.
In Bhutan the male organ is a symbol of fertility and wards off evil spirits.
A country that has assassinated every one of its leaders since 1810.
A country that lies in all four hemispheres.
Kiribati is the only country in the world to fall in all four hemispheres.
A country where you can marry a dead person.
Postmortem matrimony has been legal in France since the reign of Napoleon.
A country without a capital city.
Nauru is the only nation that doesn't have an official capital city.
A country where parents need government permission to name their baby.
Denmark's Law on Personal Names was put in place to protect children from being ridiculed
A country where selling chewing gum is illegal.
In Singapore, gum was banned in order to keep the country's pavement and subway cars clean.
The vast majority of the earth's fresh water is held in clouds.
The atmosphere is the smallest reservoir of fresh water, being only 0.1% of all fresh water found on Earth. 60-90% of the world’s fresh water is locked in Antarctica’s vast ice sheet.