May 2014

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Identify this country using the following clues

1. It's an archipelago whose land area is roughly the size of Oxfordshire

2. A german protectorate from 1899 to 1914, it gained independence in 1962

3. Its highest mountain is almost twice the height of Mount Snowdon

4. At 54 per cent, it has one of the world's highest rates of obesity

5. More than 60 per cent of its land area is forested and around 30 per cent of its biodiversity is endemic

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