Q: How Many People Live in Greenland?
Even though Greenland is the largest island in the world, it only has a population of just under 56,000 people. This lack of population is caused by the majority of Greenland being uninhabitable. Approximately 88 percent of the people living in Greenland are Inuit, with the rest being mostly a mixture of Danes and Europeans.
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