# 5 countries have more cattle than people

Five (5) countries have more cattle than people:  Uruguay, New Zealand, Argentina, Australia and Brazil.

Brazil has over 200,000 head of cattle and 200,000 people.

Uruguay has the most cattle per capita at 3.6.

 World 964,640,000 7,274,200,000 0.13 Country Cattle People Ratio Uruguay 12,108,000 3,368,595 3.59 New Zealand 9,938,000 4,570,500 2.17 Argentina 51,895,000 40,117,096 1.29 Australia 27,600,000 24,108,206 1.14 Brazil 213,035,000 200,400,000 1.06 Belarus 4,364,000 9,468,000 0.46 Canada 11,915,000 34,482,779 0.35 United States 89,800,000 320,362,000 0.28 India 301,100,000 1,252,000,000 0.24 EU 88,150,000 507,890,191 0.17 Mexico 17,120,000 122,300,000 0.14 Russia 19,132,000 143,500,000 0.13 Ukraine 4,408,000 45,668,028 0.10 China 100,550,000 1,357,000,000 0.07 Egypt 6,485,000 87,783,000 0.07 South Korea 3,190,000 48,219,000 0.07 Japan 3,850,000 127,300,000 0.03 Source:  FAS/USDA

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The 2nd sentence states: "Brazil has over 200,000 head of cattle and 200,000 people."
This sentence refers to "over 200,000" (two hundred thousand) head of cattle and "200,000" (two hundred thousand) people, while, the chart indicates 213,035,000 (213+ MILLION) head of cattle and 200,400,000 (200+ MILLION) people in Brazil. The sentence is a FACTOR of 1,000 lower than the actual numbers of cattle and people in Brazil. [FYI, the HUMAN population of Brazil is estimated at 204,451,000 in 2015 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil)].

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