Why do people live on islands?
People choose to live on islands for many reasons. People like the slower life of an island. Many also like to live on islands for the scenery and peacefulness.
two people live in the galapagos islands.
19,569 people live there
The number of people that live on islands depends on the island. Some islands are hugely populated (such as Australia). Other islands have no human inhabitants at all.
help! do people live in huts on tropical islands.
It's a common missconception that people in the Faroe Islands live like they did in the middle ages. They live under the same conditions as most of Europe does.
many people dont live on islands because it is near or on the see and a lot of people is afraid of any water what so ever or they dont want to be near or on the see so they live not on a islands and it is totaly up to evry body people on this island if they wont to live on a island or not and nobody can chose it for them it… Read More
because people like to get high
Yes people do
they live very primitive
The Haida people live on Queen Charlotte Islands
Because people that live in the Pacific Islands wasn't meant to work for money, but to live on their own with no taxes and governent laws.
you can view link as HTML or pdf"only two people live there"
1 in 10 people in the world live on an island so that is about 650 million people approximately
No because there are people that actually live on them.
caribs and the arawaks
They live on islands ?
The Carib people lived in Central America and the Caribbean Islands. The Carib people are natives to Aruba. Aruba is an island country within the Caribbean Islands.
About 2,300 people live in the Isles of Scilly. Out of the 145 islands, only 5 are inhabited.
most people in japan live in england . just kidding most japenese people live in the four major islands which are Kyoto , Honshu, Hokkaido and Shikoku. those four major islands includde many other states surrounding them like korea and south korea.
According to the Islands' Economics and Statistics Office (ESO) the estimated resident population is 60,456 persons
depends on the region. around Zagreb, there live many people, in the mountain region and ond islands there live not many people.
If Shetland islands, Scotland, around 22,000.
By not letting people onto the islands they live on.
independent countries or dependencies
3140, estimate July 2008
Because not many people want to live there.
Of course not! There are 1,107 Philippine islands. Most Filipinos live on the 11 largest. Leaving 1,096 islands for about 30 to 40 million people.
No. There were already several islands a few kilometers wide which allowed for several people to live there. The 'man made islands' or chinampas were only for agricultural purposes.
That depends on where you live. If you live on another country than the Cayman islands, then yes you definitely do. If you live in the country, you most likely don't. In other groups of islands (like Hawaii or the Solomon Islands), the people can travel between each island without passports.
Mexicans and people who live on some islands off the coast of Australia.
The indigenous people who inhabit the islands of Polynesia are termed Polynesians.
Yes; tropical islands are suitable to most people.
Arawak and Ciboney Indians were the first inhabitants of what would later be known as the US Virgin Islands.
Most people in Hawaii live on the island of Oahu. There are 6 other islands( Maui, Hawaii, Kauai, Molokai, lanai, niihau) that people live on but most people live on Oahu. No one lives in Kahoolawe, though. AND NO, WE DO NOT LIVE IN GRASS HUTS! THAT WAS BEFORE WORLD WAR II!!
Yes they are. Some people that live here don't agree but I personally like the peace and quiet and the natural beauty of the islands.
YEAH bUT dHEY CANT VOTE.
Population: 3,140 in (July 2008 est.)
french, Spanish, English and many more.
Yes. People live there, so you could easily survive there.
People ? ~ Other Answer: Well, people live on America, and it's basically just one large island. People live in the UK, or England, and it's the same thing as America. So, by asking who, and what lives on islands, you're basically asking if humans exist. That was a fairly dumb question. "We are aliens after all."
I don't know where you got the idea that people don't live on the Philippine islands because they do. I know, I've been there. In world war 2 japan invaded there and General Macarthur went back to liberate the people of the Philippines from the Japanese. Check wikipedia for Manilla, the capitol of the Philippines.
Yes, and there are people living there. About 70 researchers live there in winter and 110 in summer. I believe there are also a few shepherds on the island to supply the scientist with meat.
There are 3 main islands in the Philippines. The Luzon, Visayas, and the Mindanao. But there is an archipelago composed of approximately 7,107 islands. There are more than 2,773 that been given names. Population of people in these 3 main islands: Luzon ~ 39,500,000 Visayas ~ 17.3 Million (As of 2005) Mindanao ~ 21,582,540 (As of 2007)
They lived in Nanavut and its Islands, Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territory.
North Africa (Canary Islands, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya)
The 2000 US Census recorded 148,677 residents,
If you are talking about people from India, they live in India. If you are talking about Native Americans, they live in North, South, and Central America, including the Arctic Circle and the Caribbean Islands.
The Aleutian Islands in Alaska is the originally home of the indigenous Aleut people. However, the small remaining population has been relocated to the Pribilof Islands.
The population of the Cayman Islands is 49,035. Most of the population lives on Grand Cayman. (World Fact Book, July 2009 estimate)
no cheetahs do not live on islands there is no deer or there food there if you count coconuts.