When you live in a country as large as the United States it must be hard to imagine what it’s like living on a tiny island smaller than Wyoming. It would be easy to just say, "well everything is bigger in America," and that probably is true but here’s a few comparisons. Here are 7 notable differences between America and Britain.
1. Water water everywhere
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You have the Great Lakes, we have erm, puddles in comparison. You have Lake Superior at 32,000 square miles, whereas the UK’s largest inland body of water is Lough Neagh at 148 square miles in Northern Ireland.