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The World is Round ©
But we want a map on a flat sheet of paper ©
To flatten the World ©
we could stretch it… ©
and stretch it….. ©
But watch ©
What has happened?
The shapes of the countries are messed up
For instance ©
and India ©
Seem to be the same size ©
but India is actually 13 x the size of Britain
So lets try another way of flattening the World
Take an Orange ©
Mark it like this ©
Cut along the lines ©
Cut one side open ©
Open up ©
Eat the fruit ©
Flatten out the peel ©
Here is an orange peel map of the World
The World is Round ©. But we want a map on a flat sheet of paper ©
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