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Guyana, which is officially known as the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, is a country located in the northern region of South America. The country is bordered by Brazil, Venezuela, as well as Suriname. Spanning a total land area of 214,970 square kilometers (83,000 square miles), Guyana is home to a population of 789,683 inhabitants. The country is one of the least densely populated in the world, with a population density of 3.502 persons per square kilometer (or 9.1 people per square mile). The current president of Guyana is Irfaan Ali, while the current prime minister is Mark Phillips.
The tallest mountains within Guyana all fall within the Pakaraima mountain range. This range includes Mount Ayanganna, Monte Caburaí, as well as Mount Roraima. Mount Roraima is the tallest mountain within the country, which stands at an altitude of 2,772 meters, or 9,094 feet. Guyana’s climate is known to be hot and humid, however winds are common amongst the nation’s coasts. Guyana is also home to one of the world’s largest unspoiled rainforests. In fact, Guyana received a $45 million fund from Norway in 2012 due to the rainforest protection efforts exhibited by Guyana.
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