Newfoundland and Labrador

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by Ashnnon
Last updated 5 years ago

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Newfoundland and Labrador

Some native people of Newfoundland and Labrador are:The Beothuk (extinct)The InuitThe Mi'kmaqThe Innu

Some places to visitSt. John's is the capitalCape St. Mary's is a seabird rookeryBonavista is the sight of John Cabot's first landingCupids is the oldest continually settled British colonyTrinity is where several movies were filmed

Population: 513,636Combined area: 405,212 kmLocation: Newfoundland is on the east coast, and Labrador is an island just off the coast below Newfoundland

Newfoundland and Labrador

Terra Nova National Park

Newfoundland and Labrador's national parks are amazing! Some are Torngat, Terra Nova, and Gros Morne National Parks.

More Fun Facts . Labrador woven grass baskets were once used as a medium of exchange in Newfoundland . The Showy Lady's Slipper Orchid, the largest North American orchid, rare in the wild, can be found in Newfoundland

An Innu Native American

Some interesting animals in these provinces are: wolverines, Greenland sharks, polar bears, Canada lynx, killer whales, harp seals, moose, walrus, and flying squirrels to name a few.

Newfoundland and Labrador's flag

Watch to learn more about the Greenland shark

Torngat National Park

The Mystery of the BeothukNo-one really knows what happened to the Beothuk Native Americans of Newfoundland. Really the only thing known is that they LOVED the color red. They covered evrything they owned on red. The Beothuk encountered Vikings, Portugese, British, and French peoples. But then they suddenly started to rapidly decline, most likely from starvation. The last few Beothuk were taken by the British as prisoners for killing and mutilating British men.THE LAST KNOWN BEOTHUK DIED OF TUBERCULOSIS IN 1829.

Fun Facts: . The combined area of Newfoundland and Labrador is almost 1 1/2 the soze of Great Britin . Some sports played in Newfoundland and Labrador are: ice hockey, soccer, and rugby . The oldest English cemertary was discovered in Newfoundland; it was 400 years old!


  • Girrocks 7 years ago

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    great job shannon i loved the info that the video gave about the Greenland Shark.