Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.
  • The typical map of the US inaccurately portrays the state of Louisiana with extra land mass than it really has. 
  • In 2014, “Matter” printed an investigative piece on the state of Louisiana.
  • Louisiana’s shoreline is consistently altering and it is sinking sooner than all the opposite contiguous 47 states, mixed.
  • Go to Enterprise Insider’s homepage for extra tales. 

EDITOR’S NOTE: This video was initially printed on June 16, 2017. 

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Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like. Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.
Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like. Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.
Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like. Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.
Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like. Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.

Most maps of Louisiana aren't completely proper. Here is what the state actually seems like.

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