How Many People Could Fit On New Zealand?

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Manhattan's population density is about 70,000 people per square mile. Given a world population of 7.3 billion, if you put every human on New Zealand (which has an area of around 103,000 square miles), the population density would end up being ... about 70,000 people per square mile!


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