What is the teritory of Tuvalu?

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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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Are squirrels teritorial?

Yes, squirrels are territorial. They usually claim between one andseven acres of land, which they mark by scenting it with urine.They store their food and build their nests within their territory,and will defend it from invading squirrels.

Where is Tuvalu?

A small Commonwealth island of the about 2000 northwest coast of Australia. It's one of a pacific nations.

Are mice Teritorial?

Male mice are Teritorial only if 1. there is another male mouse in his cage Or 2. if there is a moter mouse with babys

How hot is it when it is summer in Tuvalu?

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.

When did Nunavut become a teritory?

Nunavut officially became a territory on April 1, 1999 when it separated from the Northwest Territories. It is the largest and newest Canadian territory.

Who is the President of Tuvalu?

Tuvalu is a member of the British Commonwealth and has a Prime Minister. Since 9/29/10, the Prime Minister is Maatia Toafa.

What continent is tuvalu on?

Tuvalu is considered part of the continent Australia. However, itis not actually on it, as it is an island in between Australia andHawaii.

President of Tuvalu?

Tuvalu doesn't have a president; the Prime Minister since the 2006 election isApisai Ielemia. Tavau Teii is the deputy prime minister.

What are Canada's teritories?

Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories. The three territories are in the North, above the 60th parallel of latitude. From west to east, they are Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavit.

Why is Tuvalu poor?

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 (MORE)

What is the state of Tuvalu?

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.

What does the flag Tuvalu look like?

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.

What continent is Tuvalu in?

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.

Does Tuvalu have a president?

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.

How does global warming affect Tuvalu?

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 (MORE)

What languages are spoken in Tuvalu?

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 No (MORE)

What are the customs of Tuvalu?

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)

In what continent is Tuvalu?

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.

What is one us teritory?

Puerto Rico is perhaps the best known US Territory. The US Virgin Islands, Guam, the Marianas Islands, and several more are others.

Which ocean is Tuvalu in?

Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands) is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean , consisting of nine islands, in the region known as Oceania.

Is tuvalu sinking?

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.

What is Tuvalu like?

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 (MORE)

What type of govenrment does Tuvalu have?

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 (MORE)

How was the Philippine teritory discovered?

Magellan arrived in the Philippines on March 16,1521 but it was unnamed until Ruy Lopez De Villalobos arrived into the country and eventually named the islands of leyte and samar Las Islas Filipinas (The Philippine Islands) in the name of Prince Philip II of Spain and the turned to Philippines

What is the location of Tuvalu?

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.

Why did Tuvalu join the UN?

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.

What are the nine island's name in Tuvalu?

Tuvalu is made up of nine 'islands', six of which are atolls and three are coral reefs: Nanumea Niutao Nanumaga Nui Vaitupu Nukufetau Funafuti (capital and largest population of about 4,500) Nukulaelae Niulakita

What contenent is Tuvalu on?

Tuvalu is not on or near a continent, it's an island nation, consisting of nine islands, in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomons and Fiji.

What is the introduction of Tuvalu?

Tuvalu is an independent, constitutional monarchy in the southwestPacific Ocean. Formerly known as the Ellice Islands, separated fromthe Gilbert Islands after a referendum in 1975, and achievedindependence from Great Britain on October 1, 1978. The populationof Tuvalu is between 11,000-12,000 people (MORE)

How did the Mormons divide their new teritory?

Once the church had reached the Salt Lake valley and had begun tobuild and farm, the question of how best to accommodate the balanceof the church that were still somewhere between Utah and WinterQuarters came into sharp focus. New members of the church were alsotrying to reach the Rocky Mountains to (MORE)

What are the math teritories?

Well, I think that means differnet types of math fields. This would mean like arthmitic, equations, complex numbers and so on.

What is the telephone country code for Tuvalu?

Tuvalu is country code +688. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan (MORE)

Do horses have a teritory?

Not really. Horses are migratory animals, but they do tend to favor certain areas that provide consistent food and water supplies so long as they are safe from predators.

Are bats teritorial?

No, bats are not territorial. They roost in large groups in caves or in trees. When they go to hunt or forage, they scatter, but after that, they all return to the roosting site.

Can you make an teritory on multiplayer wolfquest?

Considering wolves mark their territory with urinal scenting, no, not officially. I've seen players claiming territory as theirs, but since you can't perform the mandatory territorial marking procedures real wolves do (urinating), I wouldn't consider it to be legitimately making the area your "ter (MORE)

What religion is tuvalu?

91% of the population belongs to the Church of Tuvalu (a Christian church); 3% is Seventh-day Adventist (a protestant-Christian denomination) ; another 3% is Baha'i ( a monotheistic religion founded by Baha'u'llah in 19th-century Persia, emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind) ; 2% are Jeh (MORE)

Who is the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2013?

Willie Telavi is the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2013. 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.

Who was the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2012?

Willie Telavi was the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2012. 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.

Who was the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2011?

Willie Telavi was the Prime Minister of Tuvalu in 2011. 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.

What was the yucon teritory?

Yukon /ˈjuːkɒn/ (also commonly called the Yukon )is the westernmost and smallest of Canada's three federalterritories.