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Wales is very mountainous and has a rocky, irregular coastline with numerous bays, the largest of which is Cardigan Bay to the west.
The Cambrian Mountains, the most significant range, run north-south through central Wales.
The pine marten, a small animal similar to a mink, and the polecat, a member of the weasel family, are found only in Wales and nowhere else in Great Britain. The latest surveys place the population of Wales at 2,921,000 with a density of approximately 364 people per square mile (141 per square kilometers).
Almost three-quarters of the Welsh population reside in the mining centers of the south.
During the eighteenth century a literary and cultural rebirth of the language occurred which further helped to solidify national identity and create ethnic pride among the Welsh.
This large-scale migration of non-Welsh-speaking workers greatly accelerated the disappearance of Welsh-speaking communities.
Tales that had traditionally been handed down orally were recorded, both in Welsh and English, and a new generation of Welsh writers emerged. Wales is a part of the United Kingdom and is located in a wide peninsula in the western portion of the island of Great Britain.
The island of Anglesey is also considered a part of Wales and is separated from the mainland by the Menai Strait.
In 1988 the Welsh Language Board was established, helping to ensure the rebirth of Welsh.
Throughout Wales there was a serious effort in the second half of the twentieth century to maintain and promote the language.