A world map of penis sizes: Which countries have the largest and smallest

-South Korea: 3.8 inches

-India, Cambodia, and Thailand: 4 inches

-China and Japan: 4.3 inches

Countries with the most excessive penises:

-Congo: 7.1 inches

-Ecuador: 6.9 inches

-Colombia, Ghana, and Venezuela : 6.7 inches

Countries with American-sized penises (around 5.1 inches):

-Australia, Russia, and Armenia: 5.2 inches

-Ireland, Mongolia, and Yemen: 5 inches

To learn more about the penises in your community, check out the map of penis sizes for U.S. cities and states.

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Map making is a serious business. Without the appropriate maps you could end up driving for hours in the wrong direction or you could find yourself in a country where the average penis size is too large or small for your comfort level.

Luckily for all of those travelers who like to plan vacations around the average penis size of local populations, TargetMap has released an interactive world map that gives you a visual of just how large or small penises all over the globe are. Below are some of the highlights:

Countries with the most efficient penises:

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