There’s A Map For Everything (21 Interesting Maps)

If you guys like the charts and graphs as much as me then I think this would also be a fun post for you. Other than Google Maps, we don’t really think about maps too much anymore. Surprisingly there are some people out there making them still, and they’re pretty great at it too.

1. Tracking of an Eagle over a 20 year period.

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2. List of countries mentioned or referred to in the Bible.

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3. “An image of GPS tracking of multiple wolves in six different packs around Voyageurs National Park shows how much the wolf packs avoid each other’s range. Image courtesy of Thomas Gable”

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4. The United States of America: Alaskan perspective.

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5.

Most popular girl name by state from 1960-2012 from MapPorn

6. The surprising range of Flamingos.

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7. There and back again.

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8. I took my brother on a 3,350-mile motorcycle camping trip for his 40th this year. For Christmas I wood burnt a map of it for him.

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9. The longest possible train travel in the world.

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10. Who Knew Giraffes Had Different Patterns?

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11. The history of accuracy in world maps.

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12. Each section has 10% of the world’s population.

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13. Locations Johnny Cash claims to have been in “Ive been everywhere.”

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14. Comparing the population of the Dakotas and Manhattan.

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15. 50 Percent of Canadians live south of the red line.

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16. How much snow does it usually take to cancel schools?

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17. “3D “visualisation” of the fires in Australia, made from NASA satellite data. These are all the areas that have been affected, but not all the areas are still burning.” 📸 Credit ~ Anthony Hearsey – Creative Imaging

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18.

The US numbered highway system in numerical order [GIF] [OC] from MapPorn

19. Virginia’s territorial claims over the years.

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20. The entirety of continental South America lies east of Michigan.

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21. Japan, how big it is in reality?

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