Basic Info

Porcalonos Islands


The flag since the country was established


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Elevation/Physical Map

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Annual Avg. Temp. Map

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5 Most Populous Cities

  1. Pajar, Tecolote Island - Pop. 172,245
  2. La Pluma, Búho Island - Pop. 153,081
  3. Aveso, Loro Island - Pop. 145,697
  4. Jamónes, Zumbadora Island - Pop. 135,569
  5. Pico Pigo, Túcan Island - Pop. 133,143




24,760 (Mi2)
64,135 (Km2)

Official Language

Spanish Language

Minority Languages

English Language, Portuguese Language, French Language, Bechturonish Language, Rohoveyanic Language


Federal Monarchy

Prime Minister

Triplos Penguinos

National Anthem

Our Great Lands

Independence Date September 17, 2014

The Commonwealth of the Porcalonos Islands is a country in Piggy Planet which is inhabited by birds, pigs, and some humans. The Porcalonos Islands are in the Southeastern Hemisphere of Piggy Planet, but quite close to the Equator, so temperatures are around 45'F in winter, 75'F in spring, 85'F in summer, and 60'F in autumn. as of January 2015 (on Piggy Planet), the islands have an overall population of 2,453,751.


See Pigpeso.


Colonization and Expanding

In June 2014 PPT (Piggy Planet Time), Ten Bechturonish sailorbirds who spoke Spanish, set sailed for new land to colonize, while at the same time, a sounder of Portuguese speaking Pigganian pigs set out for the same land. In August, all the sailors met up on an island, and became friends, who even though each other their native languages, and even made on their own.

Meanwhile, on Earth, two Spanish astronomers found that the islands were discovered, and told Piggy Planeteers about this discovery. Many Spanish speaking birds and pigs went to the islands and built cities. The leader of the sailorbirds, Triplos Penguinos, was promoted to Prime Minister and established the islands as a country of his own, The Porcalonos Islands!


Administrative Divisions

The Porcalonos Islands aren't really divided into states, but islands, the main islands including Búho Island, Loro Island, Túcan Island, and Tecolote Island, the island with Pajar on it.



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Abbreviation Demonym Length in Longitude Width in Latitude
112 Mi (181Km)
132 Mi (212Km)
Average Elevation Average Temperature Area (Mi2) Area (Km2)
Population Capital Governor Time Zone
La Pluma
Ala Búho

Búho Island is the largest island in the Porcalonos archipelago by area, located in the southwest of the country. Its largest, most populous, and capital city is La Pluma. La Pluma is a very rocky city for two reasons, being that it's a slightly mountainous city, and that almost all its buildings are made of stone. Búho Island was named after its first governor, Ala Búho, who lives in La Pluma and still governs the island today. The division of Búho consists of the major island Búho, along with more than 50 much smaller islands near it, only the major island of Búho is shown on the flag of this division.



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Abbreviation Demonym Length in Longitude Width in Latitude
78 Mi (126Km)
80 Mi (129Km)
Average Elevation Average Temperature Area (Mi2) Area (Km2)
Population Capital Governor Time Zone
Nido City
Huracán Nido

Paloma Island is the seventh largest island in the Porcalonos archipelago by area, located in the west of the country. Its only city so far is Nido City, where everything else is either a town or village. Nido City is nicknamed the "City of Plants" by many Porcalonians (they actually call it "Ciudad de las Plantas"). Nido City is covered in plants such as grass and trees, this provides living space for many birds who would rather live in trees. The first bird to step into the forested habitat if Nido City was Huracán Nido, who got heavily inspired by the several tall trees to use his tornado powers and whip up a beautiful tree city. There is a statue of him in the center of the main city park carved from the giant tree that stood there. It is without a doubt Nido City is the best place in all of Paloma Island to live, according to most of Paloma's population.



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Abbreviation Demonym Length in Longitude Width in Latitude
65 Mi (104Km)
68 Mi (110Km)
Average Elevation Average Temperature Area (Mi2) Area (Km2)
Population Capital Governor Time Zone
Tarronocturno Nieve Falarop

Falaropo Island is the ninth largest island in the Porcalonos archipelago by area, located in the west of the country. It's also by far the most mountainous, with more than 25% of its area being 500 or more meters above sea level. Cóndor Buitreganso Peak, being 2,714m above sea level, is located on this island and is the highest point in all the Porcalonos. Falaropo island is typically snowy, and its capital city is Golondrina. It rarely snows in Golondrina, but at the highest point of the city is a ski lift, which takes you to a small ski resort village called Diosingenio. Diosingenio only has a small population of 73, but its 1,695m above sea level, and is perfect for snow and skiing, dispite being on an equatorial mountain. Tarronocturno Nieve Falarop was the first discoverer of this island and lives in Golondrina, but likes to visit Diosingenio in his spare time.


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Cuisine and Food

The cuisine of the Porcalonos consists of mainly worms, seeds, grains, and human food. Gusano en ensalada is a popular breakfast in the Porcalonos, which is a salad with spicy worms in it, usually served with dressing. Semilla emparedado is also a well known meal in the Porcalonos. Semilla emparedado is a burger with extra sesame seeds on the buns and inside, various grains with occasional worms. Crema queso miel is a famous Porcalonian dessert dish in which is an extremely creamy cheese with caramel honey drizzle, occasionally served with fruit.


Around 60% of the population follows Catholic Christianity, with most of everyone else following different froms of Christianity.


The Porcalonos Islands have a very modern sense of architecture, mainly due to being founded by rich countries that also have modern technology. The Tower of The Mighty Eagle was built in Pico Pigo and is 374 meters tall, and actually looks like the Mighty Eagle, despite being a governmental office building.


Football is the national summer sport of the Porcalonos Islands with 824 statiums archipelago wide. Basketball and Tennis are also very popular.

Skiing, however, is the national winter sport of the Porcalonos, although, it isn't common to see people from the Porcalonos ski, unless you're in the mountains of Falaropo Island.

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