High estimate of world population of Polar Bears

High estimate of world population of Polar Bears (25,000 individuals)

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High estimate of world population of Polar Bears (25,000 individuals)

  • is 1/500 of Pop. of Rwanda (12.71million)...more
  • is 1/500 of Pop. of Guangzhou, China (12.7 million people)...more
  • is 1/500 of Pop. of Guinea (12.53million)...more
  • is 1/500 of Pop. of Mumbai, India (12.48 million people)...more
  • is 1/400 of Pop. of Jakarta, Indonesia (10.07 million people)...more
  • is 1/400 of Pop. of Seoul, South Korea (10.05 million people)...more
  • is 1/400 of Estimated world population of Mules (10 million individuals)...more
  • is 1/400 of Pop. of United Arab Emirates (9.99million)...more
  • is 1/250 of Pop. of Lahore, Pakistan (6.32 million people)...more
  • is 1/250 of Pop. of Singapore (6.21million)...more
  • is 1/250 of Pop. of Nicaragua (6.2million)...more
  • is 1/250 of Pop. of Foshan, China (6.15 million people)...more
  • is 1/200 of Pop. of Costa Rica (5.1million)...more
  • is 1/200 of Pop. of Liberia (5.07million)...more
  • is 1/200 of Pop. of New Zealand (4.93million)...more
  • is 1/100 of Estimated world population of Springbok (2.5 million individuals)...more
  • is 1/100 of Number of rivets in the Eiffel Tower (2.5million )...more
  • is 1/50 of Pop. of Cyprus (1.267million)...more
  • is 1/50 of Pop. of Estonia (1.229million)...more
  • is 1/40 of Number of active personnel in the Russian Armed Forces (1014,000 )...more
  • is 1/25 of Pop. of Luxembourg (628,000)...more
  • is 1/25 of Pop. of Macau (614,000)...more
  • is 1/20 of Estimated population of Plains Zebra (500,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/5 of Estimated world population of Hippopotamus (125,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/4 of Pop. of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (101,400)...more
  • is 1/4 of Pop. of Jersey (101,100)...more
  • is 1/4 of Number of number of words in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird (100,400 )...more
  • is 1/4 of Number of seats in Melbourne Cricket Ground (100,000 )...more
  • is 1/4 of Estimated world population of Japanese Serow (100,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/4 of Pop. of Antigua and Barbuda (98,200)...more
  • is 2/5 of Pop. of Cayman Islands (61,900)...more
  • is 1/2 of Estimated world population of Spanish Ibex (50,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/2 of High estimate of number of Bonobo Chimpanzees (50,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/2 of High estimate of population of Asian Elephant (2003) (50,000 individuals)...more
  • is 1/2 of Number of seats in Eden Park Cricket Ground (NZ) (50,000 )...more
  • is 1/2 of Number of seats in Yankee Stadium (baseball stadium) (49,600 )...more
  • is 1/2 of Pop. of American Samoa (49,400)...more
  • is about as big as Estimated world population of African Rhinos (white and black) (25,000 individuals)...more
  • is 2.5 x Estimated world population of Red Panda (10,000 individuals)...more
  • is 2.5 x Estimated world population of Nubian Ibex (10,000 individuals)...more
  • is 2.5 x High estimate of world population of Cheetah (10,000 individuals)...more
  • is 5 x Estimated world population of Arabian Tahr (5,000 individuals)...more
  • is 10 x Number of letters on a typed page of text (2,500 )...more
  • is 25 x Pop. of Holy See (Vatican City) (2019) (1000)...more
  • is 40 x Number of musical pieces by Mozart as catalogued by Köchel (626 )...more
  • is 50 x Number of airports in China (507 )...more
  • is 50 x Estimated population of Ethiopian Wolf (500 individuals)...more
  • is 100 x Estimated world population of Pygmy Hog (250 individuals)...more
  • is 200 x Number of airports in New Zealand (123 )...more
  • is 250 x Number of members of US Senate (100 )...more
  • is 500 x Pop. of Pitcairn Islands (2020) (50)...more

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