LTP News Sharing:

So the population of Greenland is just slightly north of just 56,000 people. That’s not a lot of people at all, especially considering the size of that massive island which is actually the 12th largest country in the world in terms of area – which is 836,000 square miles. Now that’s more than 15 square miles per inhabitant. So pretty much every resident of Greenland could own a Manhattan size chunk of land. If they wanted to. For much of it is ice and nothing really grows there. For comparison, if each American citizen was to get an equal size…

Go to Source