Ms. Frizzle on science.
One of the best (and quickest) introductions to evolution that you will ever see. I highly recommend showing this to children and others who are not familiar with this incredibly important theory.
There are more people living inside this circle than outside of it, according to this map.
“Amazingly, the numbers check out. The world population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, is roughly 7,083,460,000. The countries in the circle are …
China: 1,349,585,838 people (per the Census again)
South Korea: 48,955,203
North Korea: 24,720,407
Sri Lanka: 21,675,648
… which adds up to a grand total of 3,637,830,357, or roughly 51.4 percent of the global population. (The circle also appears to include parts of Russia and Pakistan, which I haven’t included, and may have cut off a bit of northwest China.)”