R U What U Eat?
By Carroll Rudman and Trevor De Ghenghi
Charts Comparing Mali to the U.S.
The population in the United States is a lot more, about 300 million more, than Mali.
Major ports show where all the imported food is able to come into the country. The United States exceeds the amount in Mali.
Irrigated land tells us the amount of land that is fertile, which is best for crops to grow.
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