Tuvalu is an island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and Australia. It is the fourth-smallest country in the world, covering just 10 square miles of land and only consisting of four islands. Tuvalu is one of the world's least-developed countries and its population is just over 11,000 people. The official language is Tuvaluan, though English and Samoan are also spoken. The country is a constitutional monarchy and is officially a Commonwealth realm. Tuvalu is heavily reliant on foreign aid and remittances from those living abroad. Its largest economic activity is fishing, and the country's currency is the Australian dollar. Despite its small size and reliance on foreign aid, Tuvalu is an important contributor to the global ecosystem, as a significant part of the surrounding ocean is designated as a protected fishery. In recent years, climate change has threatened to put the small nation's existence at risk. With rising sea levels, the nation's islands have become more vulnerable to flooding and other extreme weather events.
1) What is the capital of Tuvalu?
2) What is the population of Tuvalu?
3) What type of government does Tuvalu have?
4) How long is the national holiday of Tuvalu?
5) When did Tuvalu gain independence from the United Kingdom?
6) What language is the official language of Tuvalu?
7) What is the currency of Tuvalu?
8) What type of religion is most common in Tuvalu?
9) What type of climate does Tuvalu have?
10) What is the major industry of Tuvalu?
11) What is the name of the highest point in Tuvalu?
12) How many official atolls does Tuvalu have?
13) What is the main traditional dish of Tuvalu?
14) What is the main festival celebrated in Tuvalu?
15) On which ocean is Tuvalu located?
16) What type of economy does Tuvalu have?
17) What type of energy resources does Tuvalu have?
18) What is the average life expectancy in Tuvalu?
19) How many square kilometers is Tuvalu?
20) What is the area code for Tuvalu?
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