How do the people of Palau live?
These carbon based life forms are able to harvest the power of the sun by consuming other carbon based life forms. As a top predator, the Palauans consume and extract energy from smaller plants and animals through a complex chemical process. These smaller plants and animals feed on even smaller animals bringing us to photosynthesis, which is the harvesting of the suns rays. So in short, the Palauans live by eating the sun.
As of the 2012 census, approximately 20,754 people lived in Palau. Palau is an island country officially known as the Republic of Palau. Read More
Palau is a small island in the Pacific Ocean. There is no record of a national or common surname for this small nation. People from this island are called Palauan. Read More
they wear partly used clothes (men) and the women wear mu'mus and sometimes NO CLOTHES...! (located in Micronesia books at your school library in the Hawaiian section or at the public library) PALAU PEOPLE CLOTHES (Micronesian) Read More
Palau is a Pacific island at about 134.5Â° east longitude by 7.5Â° north latitude, east of the Philippine island of Mindanao and north of the western border of the Indonesian province of Papua. Read More
Palau. Its capital city of Melekeok has 391 people. Read More
The cast of Marta Palau - 1980 includes: Marta Palau as herself Read More
Hersey Kyota is the Ambassador to the US for Palau. Read More
Victoria Roe is the Attorney General for Palau. Read More
Elbuchel Sadang is the Minister of Education for Palau. Read More
Gregorio Ngirmang is the Minister of Health for Palau. Read More
Antonio Bells is the Minister of Justice for Palau. Read More
Billy Kuartei is the Minister of State for Palau. Read More
Palau Congressional Library was created in 1981. Read More