Tuvaluball or Elice Islandsball is a countryball in Oceania, it is made up of 3 reef islands and 6 normal islands. It is the world's 4th smallest countryball and it only has an internet domain. It is uninhabited.
Tuvalu was first discovered by Spanish explorers on 16 January 1568 during the voyage to Nuie. The explorers gave the name "Valu del Jesus" meaning "Islets of Jesus" because the day of discovery was Easter.
British people from Kiribati came to colonize the island and killed native islanders, 7balls, and some Spanish people. The native islanders surrenders but the spanish government doesn't this creates a dispute
During the Brit-Spanish dispute a lot of Natives were used as Soldiers or slaves so a revolution happened occurred at the end the three sides decided to make peace and make it British Commonwealth, Tuvaluan Rule and Brit-Spanish name -Tu meaning Transitive Un-Partisan and Valu for island in Spanish
Rising Sea levels
Global warming caused Tuvalu to be 86% flooded and soon he will drown
How to draw
- Color the basic circle stripe of this color
- Draw the Union Jack in the up-left quarter (using this blue, this red and white)
- Draw eight yellow stars as the islands of Tuvalu
- Draw the eyes and you've finished
|Little Countryballs in the Pacific Ocean|
|Sovereign Countryballs||Fijiball • Solomon Islandsball • Vanuatuball • Micronesiaball • Kiribatiball • Marshall Islandsball • Palauball • Nauruball • Samoaball • Tongaball • Tuvaluball|
|Dependencies||Cook Islandsball • Niueball • Norfolk Islandball • Coral Sea Islandsball • New Caledoniaball • Hawaiiball • French Polynesiaball • Wallis and Futunaball • Easter Islandball • Clipperton Islandball • Tokelauball • Pitcairn Islandsball • Guamball • American Samoaball • Northern Mariana Islandsball • Wake Islandball • Johnston Atollball • Midway Atollball • Kingman Reefball • Palmyra Atollball • Jarvis Islandball • Baker Islandball • Howland Islandball|
|Islands and atolls||Nanumeaball • Nanumangaball • Niutaoball • Nuiball • Nukufetauball • Niulakitaball • Vaitupuball • Funafutiball (capital) • Nujulaelaeball|
|Former entities||7ball • British Gilbert and Ellice Islandsball|