Texas Facts – 90 Fascinating Facts About Texas

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Facts About Texas

The largest petroleum producing state in the United States is Texas and if Texas is a country, then it would be ranked as the world’s 5th largest petrol producing nation.

Texas has a massive abandoned supercollider.

Texas holds 7.3% of America’s total area, i.e. 267,339 square miles.

United States, Spain, France, Mexico, confederate states and republic of Texas flags are being flown over the Texas Flag and it is the only state to have 6 different Nations flag flown under one roof.

Texas is the largest wool producer in the United States.

Texas has the highest farming lands in the United States.

Texas is the United States largest producer of oil, sheep, cattle, minerals, cotton and wool.

Texas has 1,500 years old oak tree.

Texas is the second largest state by both area and population in U.S.

The only natural lake in Texas is Caddo Lake.