Nauru is the smallest country in Oceania and is one of the least-visited countries in the world. Its 12-mile perimeter surrounds only about 11,300 people. While it once was home to phosphate mines as a result of the guano deposits on the island, in recent years, it has struggled to find new resources to sustain itself. A video resource profiles the tiny but intriguing Pacific nation.
- Offer the resource to explore the cultures of Oceania
- Use the video as research in a country profile project
- Fits as one part of the comprehensive Countries A-Z playlist series
- Maps and graphics demonstrate geographical concepts
- Resource profiles a lesser-known part of the world
- Ad interrupts the streaming of the video