Nauru is actually a tiny island nation located in Micronesia, northeast of Australia. The world's smallest country, it has many beaches with white sand bordered with palms, such as the east coastal Anibare Bay. The tiny island also has a coral reef. Nauru has a current population of 10,873 residents, which amounts to 0.00014 percent of the global population.
Utilizing the list of countries by population and independence gained, Nauru ranks 227 in the world. Its population density is 541 per sq km with an aggregate land area of 20 sq km. The entire population of Nauru is urban.