During the rainy season, we may often find mosquitoes around us, especially when we are in a dirty place or outdoors, but did you know that there are countries that do not have mosquitoes in the world? There are even countries that don’t have snakes, capital cities, and much more. Talking about uniqueness, almost all countries have their uniqueness. Both in terms of natural appearance, population, culture, resources, etc. Various uniqueness can make anyone amazed.
1.Iceland is a mosquito-free country
An etymologist named Erling Laffson at The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service (RUV) says that the ocean climate makes the chemical composition of water and soil impossible for mosquitoes to live. According to The New York Times, only mosquitoes have been preserved in alcohol bottles at the Natural History Institute. The mosquito is a mosquito caught by Mr. Gisalon in the 1980s on the plane from Greenland he was flying to Iceland. Although there are no mosquitoes, there is a theory that Iceland is not isolated from mosquitoes, mosquitoes can enter Iceland either by plane or by car. Reporting to Iceland Magazine, Iceland’s climate change is happening so fast that if the mosquito is still in a pupa state and the temperature suddenly drops, the pupa (mosquito eggs) will not mature and die and the cold climate is irregular and variable. and there is often a sudden temperature rise. Mosquitoes cannot complete their life cycle because the climate suddenly becomes cold or hot. This prevents mosquitoes from breeding in Iceland. As long as Iceland’s varied climate persists, Iceland will remain free of mosquitoes. Reporting to World Atlas, if global warming continues and Iceland’s temperature rises, then there is a possibility that mosquitoes can survive and start colonizing Iceland.
2.New Zealand is a country without snakes
New Zealand is a country in the southwest Pacific Ocean; about 1,500 kilometers southeast of Australia, across the Tasman Sea; and about 1,000 kilometers south of the Pacific island nations of New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga. The country consists of two large islands ( Island North and South Island ) and several islands a little more. Because it’s far away. New Zealand is trying to be one of the regions on Earth that do not have any deadly venomous animals including rattlesnakes, notes the Animals page. Even if a snake is found, it is most likely that the snake was brought by people outside New Zealand. Some animals are still considered poisonous in New Zealand, such as jellyfish and spiders. However, they are very few and are rarely found. This condition can occur because the islands of New Zealand have been isolated since ancient times, thus not providing an opportunity for venomous reptiles to evolve and thrive. Legend in Ireland tells that St. Patrick uses the power of his faith to throw all the snakes in the country into the sea. This is an impressive story. But according to science, this is impossible. Although it is said that there have never been snakes in Ireland, as in Hawaii, Iceland, New Zealand, Greenland, or Antarctica, history is not like that. Once upon a time, Ireland was connected to a vast landmass. But it was the Ice Age when the land was still too cold for cold-blooded reptiles to live. When the Ice Age ended about 10,000 years ago, glaciers melted, sending more cold water into the now impassable stretch between Ireland and its neighbors. Other animals, such as wild boars, lynxes, and brown bears, made it across. So are ordinary lizards. However, it was different from the snake, which could not surpass it. The reputation of snakes that can go free in Ireland is rather sparse. Usually, residents keep these reptiles only as a status symbol. On the one hand, there are many reports of pet snakes escaping or being released by accident. But until now, no species has managed to survive in the wild like Ireland.
3.Nauru is a country without a capital
Nauru is the world’s smallest island nation and republic located in the southern Pacific Ocean. Nauru has been independent since 1968, but until now it has not had the capital. Nauru has no cities at all. This country only has buildings arranged randomly. In addition, Nauru is also claimed to be the smallest country in the world. With 10,084 inhabitants, Nauru only has an area of 21 square kilometers (8.1 sq mi), or equal to half of Central Jakarta’s area of 48.13 kilometers. At the time of its independence in 1968, Nauru was the richest country in the world, due to its valuable reserves of phosphate derived from Guano, namely seabird droppings.
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