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Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is an island nation, consisting of nine islands, in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomans and Fiji. Tuvalu is a member of the British Commonwealth whose native people are of Polynesian descent.
The capital city of Tuvalu is Funafuti. In the Oxford Atlas 32nd edition, you might find that the capital is Sunasupi. I think it was also called Fongafale .
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Tuvalu is a parliamentary democracy and a British Commonwealth member.
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A small Commonwealth island of the about 2000 northwest coast of Australia. It's one of a pacific nations.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, the population of Tuvalu is 10,959 (July 2016 est.)
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Tuvalu is a country, a member of the British Commonwealth. It's a group of nine islands in the Pacific Ocean 'near' the Solomons and Fiji. See the link below for some more information about Tuvalu.
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Tuvalu: 8° 31′ 0″ S, 179° 13′ 0″ E
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Tuvalu (formerly the Ellice Islands) is at 8° 31′ 0″ S, 179° 13′ 0″ E.
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Today, Feb. 18th (Feb. 19th in Tuvalu), it's midsummer in Tuvalu. The tempertures have been in the mid eithties this week. Use the link below to check the current weather in Tuvalu.
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Tuvalu is a member of the British Commonwealth and has a Prime Minister.Since 9/29/10, the Prime Minister is Maatia Toafa.
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The Tuvaluan dollar and the Australian dollar are the currency of Tuvalu.
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Tuvalu doesn't have a president; the Prime Minister since the 2006 election isApisai Ielemia. Tavau Teii is the deputy prime minister.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, the current estimated population of Tuvalu is 12,373.
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The 2008 Games in Beijing was the first for Tuvalu. They sent three athletes to compete in athletics and weightlifting. They won no medals.
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The currency used in Tuvalu is the Tuvaluan dollar and the Australian dollar.
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Tuvalu has few natural resources or products to export but must import most of the commodities that are needed for everyday life. Their exports of copra and fish generate about $1 million per year and imports cost about $12.9 million per year. They also generate substantial income from leasing their…
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Tuvalu is a country, a member of the British Commonwealth. It's a group of nine islands in the Pacific Ocean 'near' the Solomons and Fiji. See the link below for some more information about Tuvalu.
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The flag of Tuvalu is a light blue background representing the Pacific Ocean, with nine stars representing the nine islands, and the British jack completing the upper left quadrant. See the link below for a picture and history of the flag.
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Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is part of Oceania , it's an island nation, consisting of nine atolls, eight of them are inhabitable, in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomon Islands and Fiji.
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Tuvalu has not a president but only a prime minister and a governor general. Theoretically the Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is the queen of Tuvalu.
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"Tuvalu" means "group of eight" referring to the country's eight traditionally inhabited islands.
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No, not too many people have heard of Tuvalu.
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Global warming affects tuvalu because Tuvalu is extremely low lying and so, as sea levels rise because of the melting ice caps, it will flood and go underwater very fast. it is considered the most supsceptible area to climate change.All Tuvalu is flooding because of the rising sea level. They can't …
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One of the most attractive featurs of Tuvalu for tourists is it's remoteness; this leaves their beautiful beaches uncrowded for those who do make it there.
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Tuvalu has no rivers. Tuvalu consists of nine small islands for a total of 10 square miles. Please see the sattleite photo of the main island of Funafuit.
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tafala
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No, Tuvalu is made up of nine islands and the highest elevation is about 15 feet above sea level.
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The flight time from Fiji to Tuvalu about 1 hour, 20 minutes.
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Tuvaluan is a Polynesian language of the Ellicean group spoken in Tuvalu. It is more or less distantly related to all other Polynesian languages, such as Hawaiian, Māori, Tahitian, Samoan, and Tongan, and most closely related to the languages spoken on the Polynesian Outliers in Micronesia and Nort…
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The Van Camp shipwreck on the beach.
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Tuvalu is made up of nine islands, eight of which are inhabited. Tuvalu, means "eight standing together".
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for men:- chaddi and baniyaan with socks and shoe.. night dress:-only condom..for women:-bikini and panty with slippers..night dress:-no dress(naked)
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Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is part of Oceania , it's an island nation, consisting of nine atolls, eight of them are inhabitable, in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomon's and Fiji.
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Tuvalu, means "eight standing together" for the eight (of nine) inhabited islands that comprise the country.
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Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, consisting of nine islands, in the region known as Oceania.
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Tuvalu is 26 km2, about 10 sq. mi. in total area.
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Planting mangroves and importing root crops.
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On September 6, 2000, Tuvalu became the 189th member nation of the United Nations.
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Tuvalu joined the United Nations on 5/9/2000. In his speech at the flag raising ceremony at the UN, Prime Minister Ionatana Ionatana said that Tuvalu would benefit from the UN's education and development programs.
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Fruit: pulaka, breadfruit, bananas, coconut Sea food : fish, sea turtle, coconut crabsSea birds: white tern, black noddy
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No, Tuvalu (at 10 sq. mi.) is the fourth smallest nation, after Vatican City, Monaco, and Nauru.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, the major imports for Tuvalu are food, animals, fuel, and manufactured goods.
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Yes, Tuvalu is sinking beneath the water surface. However, it is not literally sinking, it is the sea level rising that causes it to 'sink', due to global warming and the melting of the polar ice caps.
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The flight time from Atlanta, Georgia to Tuvalu is about 13 hours, 50 minutes.
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Yes, the Tuvalu Prime Minister is Apisai Ielemia, elected in 2006.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, 52% of Tuvalu's income is generated by services. Their chief source of service revenue is from leasing their domain name, .tv; their own websites actually use the .com domain. The rest of Tuvalu's income comes from tourism, fishing, and copra production.
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The highest point in Tuvalu is about 15 feet above sea level.
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Yes, Tuvalu consists of nine small islands whose highest point is about 15 feet above sea level.
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As a British Commonwealth member, Queen Elizabeth II is chief of state, represented by Governor General Iakoba Taeia Italeli; a Prime Minister, currently Maatia Toafa; and the Cabinet appointed by the governor general on the recommendation of the prime minister..The legislative branch consists of a …
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Tuvalu is made up of nine islands, eight of which are inhabited. Tuvalu, means "eight standing together".
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According to the CIA World Factbook, the life expectancy for the people of Tuvalu is 66.9 years for men; 71.7 years for women; and 69.3 years for the population as a whole.
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Tuvalu's neighbors are: directly to the north is the Republic of Kiribati;directly to the east is the Tokelau and Samoa;to the southeast is Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands;directly south is the Republic of the Fiji Islands;to the southwest is the Republic of Vanuatu;directly to the west i…
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The national bird of Tonga is the Tocororo because it has the same colors of the Tongan flag.
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According to the CIA World Factbook: Substantial income is received annually from the Tuvalu Trust Fund (TTF) an international trust fund established in 1987 by Australia, NZ, and the UK and supported also by Japan and South Korea. Thanks to wise investments and conservative withdrawals, this fund g…
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Sydney, Australia to Tonga, Tuvalu is 2,488 miles or 4,004 km flight distance.
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It's about 2,600 miles from Hawaii to Tuvalu.
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Consisting of nine islands, Tuvalu's highes elevation is about 15 feet above sea level. Tuvalu is a low island.
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Tuvalu has a High Court (a chief justice visits twice a year to preside over its sessions; its rulings can be appealed to the Court of Appeal in Fiji) and eight Island Courts (with limited jurisdiction).
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Tuvalu became an independent nation in the British Commonwealth on October 1, 1978.
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Tuvalu doesn't have a president, the Prime Minister is Apisai Ielemia, elected in 2006.
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A group of nine islands, totalling about 10 square miles and a population of 12,300, Tuvalu is the fourth smallest country (by size) in the world. Its highest elevation is about 15 feet above sea level and is subject to frequent flooding, not from sea water coming ashore but percolating up through t…
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The internet domain for Tuvalu is .tv, which it leases for more than two million dollars a year; a substantial source of income for the country. The official government of Tuvalu itself uses the domain, .com, for their web sites.
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The capital city of Tuvalu is Funafuti.
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Tuvalu doesn't actually sink. Their highest elevation is 4.5 metres (15 ft) above sea level which leaves it vulnerable to higher sea levels, and the fear that global warming is causing the sea to rise and will eventually overwhelm the entire nation.
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The government of Tuvalu is a parliamentary democracy and a member of the British Commonwealth. The Chief of State is Queen Elizabeth II, represented by the Governor General, Filomea Telito; the head of government is Prime Minister Apisai Ielemia; and the Cabinet is appointed by the governor general…
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food.
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Tuvalu has no political parties but members of parliament usually align themselves in informal groupings.
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The official language of Tuvalu is Tuvaluan, a Polynesian language variation; most of the population also speaks English.
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Kiribati is 313 sq. mi. (811 sq. km.) with a population of 864,000 est. 2009.
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Funafuti is an atoll ... a chain of 33 small islands ... that is the capitol of Tuvalu. The total population of Tuvalu is 9,700, and its total area is 9.9 square miles (25.63 square km). The population of Funafuti alone is 4,490, and the combined area of all its 33 islands is 0.9 square mile (2.4 …
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There are no internationally famous Tuvaluans to my knowledge. The most prominent statesmen are Sir Toaripi Lauti and Sir Tomasi Puapua, both of whom served as Prime Minister and later Governor-General.
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Tuvalu consists of nine islands, six of which are atolls and three of which are coral reefs.
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Consisting of nine islands, Tuvalu's highest elevation is about 15 feet above sea level.
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Well i can answer this one tu-8 never go to sink pliz only when God up there has da rite to make it sink kk Because he already make his promise to us no flood animore that's his promise pliz if u want to argue pliz not me ask God kk c u later
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From Tuvalu's main island, Funafuti, it is 1200 mi. (1920km) south to Suva, Fiji.
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The Caves of Nanumanga.
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The attraction for tourists to Tuvalu is it's remoteness. The beautiful beaches are not crowded with tourists because it takes some effort to reach Tuvalu and most of the accommodations are simple and homelike.
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1978 On the link below, a report of the INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES (section 3.9) by I.G. Bertram and R.F. Watters. Also see Tuvalu Independence Order 1978 link below.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, substantial income is received annually from the Tuvalu Trust Fund (TTF) an international trust fund established in 1987 by Australia, NZ, and the UK and supported also by Japan and South Korea. Thanks to wise investments and conservative withdrawals, this fund g…
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Tuvalu lies east of the Solomon Islands.
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The major exports of Tuvalu are copra and fish and fishery items.
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te ano (the ball)
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Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is located in the pacific at 8° 31′ 0″ S, 179° 13′ 0″ E, near the Solomon Islands and Fiji.
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Willie Telavi is the Prime Minister of Tuvalu. Telavi became the Prime Minister of Tuvalu on 2010 December 24. Telavi helped bring down the previous Prime Minister Maatia Toafa, by crossing the floor and enabling a vote of non-confidence.
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The Tuvaluan dollar
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Tuvalu is in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomons and Fiji.
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"Tuvalu" means "group of eight" referring to the country's eight traditionally inhabited islands.
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"Tuvalu" means "group of eight" referring to the country's eight traditionally inhabited islands.
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Tuvalu consists of nine islands, which combined, are about 26 square miles.
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Tuvalu" means "group of eight" referring to the country's eight traditionally inhabited islands.
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Tuvalu is an independent country, a member of the British Commonwealth.
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The traditional food of Tuvalu is like most of the Pacific a root based dish called pulaka( a carbohydrate root). It is boiled and also steamed in an earth oven called an umu. To make it more palatable for the traditional feast it can also be grated and added to coconut milk ( lalu) and then wrapped…
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Tuvalu is island group consisting of nine coral atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. See the link below for more information.
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Tuvalu joined the United Nations on 5/9/2000. In his speech at the flag raising ceremony at the UN, Prime Minister Ionatana Ionatana said that Tuvalu would benefit from the UN's education and development programs.
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bottle nose dolphin
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Tuvalu is made up of nine 'islands', six of which are atolls and three are coral reefs:NanumeaNiutaoNanumagaNuiVaitupuNukufetauFunafuti (capital and largest population of about 4,500)NukulaelaeNiulakita
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Tuvalu first took part in the Commonwealth Games in 1998 in Kuala Lumpur.
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