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List of South American countries by population density


List of sovereign states and dependent territories in South America by population density

Rank Country / Territory Population
2011 est.[1]
Area
(km²)
Density
(persons/km²).
Notes
1  Ecuador 15,007,343 283,561 52.9
2  Colombia 44,725,543 1,138,914 39.3
3  Venezuela 27,635,743 912,050 30.3
4  Brazil 203,429,773 8,547,403 23.8
5  Peru 29,248,943 1,285,216 22.8
6  Chile 16,888,760 756,626 22.3
7  Uruguay 3,308,535 175,016 18.9
8  Paraguay 6,459,058 406,752 15.9
9  Argentina 41,769,726 2,780,400 15.0
10  Bolivia 10,118,683 1,098,581 9.2
11  Guyana 744,768 214,969 3.5
12  French Guiana 274,652 90,000 3.1
13  Suriname 491,989 163,265 3.0
14  Falkland Islands 3,140 12,173 0.26 2008 est.[2]
Total 400,106,656 17,864,926 22.4

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  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/country_profiles/default.stm
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