A task one!

The bar graph illustrates the number of pet owners living in several areas, namely Wales, Canada, America, Ireland, Scotland and England from 1990 to 1998.

It is notable that, for the majority of the given period, Scotland hosts the largest number of people living with domesticated animals, and Ireland generally has the smallest number, regardless of the given year.

Looking at the chart more closely, one can see that the number of people with pets fluctuates in most regions except for Scotland and England. To be specific, slightly over 100,000 people owned a pet in both England and Scotland, and those values remained relatively stable over 8 years. By contrast, the number of Welsh residents who have a pet changes year by year.

The overall English figure is the lowest in both 1990 and 1995 at slightly less than 100,000, but reaches almost twice that in 1993 and 1997.

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