A new cartogram by Chase Mohrman rescales the world’s countries according to population size instead of geographic area.
Keep reading to see close ups of his incredible map.
The UK and France become almost equal sizes in Mohrman’s map and Russia shrinks down by a lot.
Here’s the Middle East — Pakistan is double the size of Iran.
Canada becomes a tiny strip on top of the US and greater NYC takes up a large chunk of the East Coast.
Nigeria far outpaces any other African country as a population hub.
China is the biggest country by far on the map. Japan has expanded by a lot too and Greater Seoul takes up half of South Korea.
Australia looks teensy tiny compared to India, which has caught up with China as being one of the world’s most populated countries.
Here’s the complete map.