Yes, yes, and maybe. The island in question is Hans Island and is disputed territory between Canada and Denmark due to some historical quirks,
According to World Atlas, Hans Island is located in the middle of the
22-mile wide Nares Strait, which separates Greenland, an autonomous
territory of Denmark, from Canada. Due to international law, all
From the report "JUSTITSMINISTERIETS FORSKNINGSKONTOR AUGUST 2011
MENNESKERS SEKSUELLE OMGANG MED DYR En undersøgelse af dyrlægers kendskab hertil" (PDF):
Table 1 shows how many of the veterinarians during their time as practicing veterinarians have suspected that animals they have examined have been subjected to sexual intercourse with ...
TLDR: We don't know.
There really aren't any hard numbers on how many or few Danes have had sex with an animal.
The claim portrayed in the linked article most likely stems from a Danish television show called Danmark ifølge Bubber (Trans: "Denmark according to Bubber" Bubber is a Danish celebrity of sorts). In an interview, a veterinarian states in ...
Trump's claim isn't too far off from the subsidy Denmark pays to Greenland, but it's off by $150 million. Moreover, his characterization of the subsidization as a "loss" misrepresents Greenland's economic value, and drastically overstates the importance of the subsidy to Greenland.
Danish subsidies to Greenland
Denmark currently pays an annual ...
It is very hard to do a comparison when priorities are this different. One of the central questions boils down to: How do you actually measure living standard?
Given that living standard is usually at least partially measured as a function of disposable income it becomes a bit problematic of a measure. The original article notes that there is a bias towards ...
I don't have any knowledge of this specific case, but according to the fire official quoted in this article, rescuing animals from burning buildings is a routine part of firefighting practice. I see no particular reason to doubt the present claim.