Russia bigger than Pluto?

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Russia is the largest country on Earth with a land area of 6.6 million square miles and a population of 142 million. It has vast, sparsely populated areas due to harsh climates and forests. Russia also has Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest lake, and nine different time zones.

Russia is the largest country on Earth and actually has a larger surface area than Pluto, the main reason it was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006. Russia’s land area is approximately 6.6 million square miles (17 million square km ). ), while Pluto’s surface area is 6.4 million square miles (16.7 million sq km). The country has a population of approximately 142 million people. Nearly three-quarters of Russians live in cities, leaving the vast majority of the country’s significant land area sparsely populated due to its harsh, cold climates and mostly covered in trees.

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Russia contains a fifth of the world’s total forests. It is also home to the deepest lake in the world, Lake Baikal with a depth of 5,387 feet (1,641.96m), which holds one-fifth of the world’s supply of fresh water.
All of Russia’s combined pipelines, such as for oil gas and water, would theoretically be capable of circling the Earth six times.
There are nine different time zones spanning two continents in Russia, the most of any country in the world.

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