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Are there wolves in Iceland?

No wolves in Iceland, we only have foxes and minks. On rare occasions we get a polar bear that gets here by an iceberg but they're always spotted pretty quick.
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Was Iceland in a war?

Iceland has never been in a war with another country besides in the Cod Wars (1958-1976) with the United Kingdom, however the Cod Wars weren't a direct conflict in any way. Lo (MORE)
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Where is Iceland?

Iiceland is considered part of Northern- Europe. The Nation itself  consists of and island in the Atlantic Ocean about 110 miles east  of Greenland and about 530 miles north (MORE)

What was Iceland before it was a Iceland?

If you mean the name then before it was named Iceland it was called Snæland (Snowland (some dude saw snow in the mountains and thought it was a good idea)) Iceland was only n (MORE)

How do you say 'Iceland' in Iceland?

Ísland ------------------------- This is the correct spelling for the way the Icelanders say Iceland.....but is pronounced Is-land (as in 2 separate English words is and (MORE)
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Why Iceland is called Iceland?

Flóki Vilgerðarson was the third settler of Iceland. Before it had been called Snowland and Gardar's islet. Flóki settled on the south coast of the island's tail, which is (MORE)

Does Iceland have glaciers?

Yes. Iceland has many glaciers. Glaciers cover 11% of the island which is about 11000 km2. The largest glacier, Vatnajökull is about 8100 km2 and is the largest glacier in Eu (MORE)
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When was Iceland inhabited?

According to Landnamabok, a medieval Icelandic manuscript, the settlement of Iceland began in 874 AD when the Norwegian chieftain Ingolfur Arnarson became the first permanent (MORE)
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Why are there geysers in Iceland?

There are geysers in Iceland because there is hot, molten rock,  called magma, under the ground in many places in that country. This  heats the geysers and hot springs and d (MORE)