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A state of the United States of Dæmonica

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Arizona is a 113,998 square mile sand dune located in the western United States. It is the world's largest and most populous sand dune, and exceeds the size of 44 of the 49 United States themselves. Once considered a waste of space and an eyesore due to its uninhabitable climate and topography, it has since become something of a national treasure and tourist attraction, 25% of its land being federally-owned for use in the preservation of the remains of extinct species, chief among them being Native Americans.

State borders place parts of Arizona within California, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and two Mexican states: Sonora and Baja. This flexibility garnered Arizona a nomination for Time Magazine's Least Finicky Landmass in 2004. It finished runner-up, however, to the Pacific Ocean, which qualified as a landmass at the time due to the presence of land deep beneath the water. This loophole allowed for the Pacific Ocean to top the list every year between 1973 and 2005, before the rules were finally changed in 2006 to not allow for bodies of water to be considered for inclusion. The following year, the Least Finicky Body Of Water list was added to appease all involved. Arizona, however, has not since been re-nominated, much to the chagrin of sand dune enthusiasts.