New map compares breast sizes around the world

The average breast size in New Zealand is a B cup. Photo / File
The average breast size in New Zealand is a B cup. Photo / File

If you ever wondered how your breast size compares to women around the world, this map has the answer.

Data from Target Map has compared every country to show how average cup sizes stack up around the world.

The breast map reveals how New Zealand compares to the rest of the world.

The data revealed women with the biggest bust sizes live in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden, with average cup sizes larger than a D.

New Zealand, in comparison, has an average cup size of a B cup, according to the data.

Map shows where the world's biggest breasts are.
Map shows where the world's biggest breasts are.

Women in Africa or Asian countries have an average cup size of an A or B, and the UK, Central Europe and the US are around a C-D on average.

The breast map doesn't reveal how the cup sizes were measured, it's fair to say tracking bra purchases per country would be an ideal - and maybe a little weird - approach.

There is no detail as to whether the averages included implants or not.

The breast map hasn't been the only resource to compare body parts in recent times.

Last year, Mandatory compiled a map that showed the average penis size for countries around the world.

Another map looked at penis size.
Another map looked at penis size.

The map revealed the Congo came out on top, with an average size of a whopping 18cm followed by Ecuador, Ghana, Colombia and Venezuela.

New Zealand in comparison averaged around the 15cm mark, alongside blokes from Argentina, Kazakhstan andCanada.

On the other end of the scale, North Korea had the smallest penis size, with an average of 9.6cm.

The study revealed only three per cent of men worldwide are more than 20cm and only 6 per cent of blokes actually need extra large condoms.

- news.com.au

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