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Botswana's Quick Facts

Land Area 566,730 km2
Water Area 15,000 km2
Total Area 581,730 km2
Population 2,209,208
Population Density 3.80 / km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $35.90 Billion
GDP Per Capita $16,900
Currency Pula (BWP)
Largest Cities
  • Gaborone (208,411)
  • Francistown (89,979)
  • Molepolole (63,248)
  • Selebi-Phikwe (53,727)
  • Maun (49,945)
  • Serowe (47,419)
  • Kanye (44,716)
  • Mahalapye (44,471)
  • Mogoditshane (43,394)
  • Mochudi (36,962)
  • Animal: Zebra
  • Bird: Lilac-breasted Roller
  • Coat of Arms:

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  • Coat of Arms: Botswana's coat of arms was adopted on January 25, 1966, and contains a shield supported by two zebras. The zebras hold onto a tusk of ivory (symbolic of the former ivory trade) and an ear of sorghum (an important crop to the nation. Within the shield are three cogwheels representing industry, three waves symbolizing water, and the head of a bull to depict the importance of cattle herding.
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  • Motto: Pula ("Rain")

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