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The United States of America is a transcontinental country primarily located in North America. The country is known to be a melting pot country, meaning it is home to hundreds of thousands of individuals from different ethnicities and cultures. It is the world’s third largest country by population, home to an estimated 331,893,745 inhabitants. The United States is also the world’s third largest country by area, spanning over 3,796,742 square miles, or 9,833520 square kilometers. The government is a representative democracy, with the current president being Joe Biden and the vice-president being Kamala Harris.

The United States is actually one of seventeen megadiverse countries, which is mainly due to its large size and the amount of endemic species that can be found. The country is home to roughly 428 mammal species, 784 birds, 311 reptiles, 295 amphibians, as well as 91,000 insect species. There are currently 63 national parks operating in the United States which are all managed by the National Park Service. Like other countries similar in size, the United States deals with a handful of environmental issues, with topics such as climate change, oil and nuclear energy, air and water pollution, as well as the economic costs of protecting wildlife.The United States is believed to be home to the world's most technologically advanced and innovative nation, mainly due to artificial intelligence, computers, pharmaceuticals, as well as medical, aerospace, and military equipment. The largest trading partners of the US are China, the EU, Canada, Mexico, India, Japan, South Korea, and many other countries. Out of the 500 largest companies in the world, 121 of these have headquarters located in the United States. The country is home to the second largest amount of natural resources in the world, estimating around US 44.98 billion dollars.

According to the Bureau’s US Population clock, it is estimated that there are about 864 people born within the United States per day, or one person every 100 seconds. The country is extremely diverse, with over 37 different ancestry groups having over one million individuals. In 2018, it was estimated that there were over 90 million immigrants within the population of the United States, which constitute 28% of the overall population of the US. There is a total fertility rate of 1.64 within the US, and the country is also home to the world’s highest rate of children living in single-parent homes, which is 23%. Around 82% of Americans reside within urban areas, which include suburbs. The five largest cities within the United States are New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Houston.

The average life expectancy at birth is estimated to be 73.2 years for men, and 79.1 years for women. Currently, some of the leading causes of death include accidental deaths, drugs, heart and liver disease, as well as suicide. The United States is believed to be home of one of the largest suicide rates amongst high-income countries. The United States is the only developed country in the world in which health care is not universal.

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Old Maps of the United States
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of the United States.

The United States of America is a transcontinental country primarily located in North America. The country is known to be a melting pot country, meaning it is home to hundreds of thousands of individuals from different ethnicities and cultures. It is the world’s third largest country by population, home to an estimated 331,893,745 inhabitants. The United States is also the world’s third largest country by area, spanning over 3,796,742 square miles, or 9,833520 square kilometers. The government is a representative democracy, with the current president being Joe Biden and the vice-president being Kamala Harris.

The United States is actually one of seventeen megadiverse countries, which is mainly due to its large size and the amount of endemic species that can be found. The country is home to roughly 428 mammal species, 784 birds, 311 reptiles, 295 amphibians, as well as 91,000 insect species. There are currently 63 national parks operating in the United States which are all managed by the National Park Service. Like other countries similar in size, the United States deals with a handful of environmental issues, with topics such as climate change, oil and nuclear energy, air and water pollution, as well as the economic costs of protecting wildlife.The United States is believed to be home to the world's most technologically advanced and innovative nation, mainly due to artificial intelligence, computers, pharmaceuticals, as well as medical, aerospace, and military equipment. The largest trading partners of the US are China, the EU, Canada, Mexico, India, Japan, South Korea, and many other countries. Out of the 500 largest companies in the world, 121 of these have headquarters located in the United States. The country is home to the second largest amount of natural resources in the world, estimating around US 44.98 billion dollars.

According to the Bureau’s US Population clock, it is estimated that there are about 864 people born within the United States per day, or one person every 100 seconds. The country is extremely diverse, with over 37 different ancestry groups having over one million individuals. In 2018, it was estimated that there were over 90 million immigrants within the population of the United States, which constitute 28% of the overall population of the US. There is a total fertility rate of 1.64 within the US, and the country is also home to the world’s highest rate of children living in single-parent homes, which is 23%. Around 82% of Americans reside within urban areas, which include suburbs. The five largest cities within the United States are New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Houston.

The average life expectancy at birth is estimated to be 73.2 years for men, and 79.1 years for women. Currently, some of the leading causes of death include accidental deaths, drugs, heart and liver disease, as well as suicide. The United States is believed to be home of one of the largest suicide rates amongst high-income countries. The United States is the only developed country in the world in which health care is not universal.

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