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7 Continents :

7 Continents Interesting FACTS

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Few Facts The seven continents are the seven main land areas on the Earth. Some are joined to each other, and some are completely surrounded by water. Some continents have a lot of countries, but others only a few.

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Few Facts Erin   Ate    Nine Sticky   Apricots At Aprils . If you can remember this  mnemonic device called an acrostic then it is easy remember all Continents names as the first letter of each word corresponds with the first letter of a continent. These continents are: Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Australia, Antarctica, Africa !

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Few Facts It is believed that in past ,all continents were joined, this land area was called Pangaea .This area started to break up & got divided into 7 parts ,so today we have 7 continents .These continents are still moving away or moving close to each other. This is called continental drift or plate tectonics theory. For example Europe & North America are said to be moving 7 cm apart every year



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Few Facts It is the largest continent .It covers one-third of earth’s surface. it is biggest in terms of population in the world. Half of the world population lives here. World’s two most populous countries, China & India are in this continent It is the home of the 10 highest mountain peaks in the world. Mount Everest , the highest mountain in the world is here only



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Few Facts It is the second largest continent. It is also called Dark Continent as for long time not much was known about this continent due to its difficult inhabitable terrain. It is the home of the Nile ,the longest river in the world. It is also the home of the Sahara, the largest desert in the world. The equator passes through the middle of Africa continent ,so it receives direct sunlight throughout the year. So it has hot climate throughout the year. World’s hottest place Ethiopia is also in Africa continent. Africa is very rich in minerals. Ninety five percent of the world diamonds and more than 50% of the world’s gold comes from Africa. Africa is considered to be the place where the first human lived and learned to use tools.



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Few Facts Australia is the largest island (island is a place which is surrounded by water from all sides).It is also the smallest continent in the world. It is also known as “island continent”. Australia continent has only one country ,which is Australia itself.It lies entirely south of the equator and is called land down under. Australia is home of three unique animals: platypus ,mammal that lays eggs, the kangaroo,which carries its young in a pouch,the emu ,a large bird that does not fly. Australia is also known for its various type of Eucalyptus trees.There are over 500 varieties. Australia ‘s sheep population is more than its human population. Its sheep population is 14 times more than its human population.This is why Australia stands first in the production & export of wool in the world.




 The name Antarctica is a romanized version of the Greek compound word Αntarktiké (Aνταρκτική), meaning "Opposite of the Arctic".

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Few Facts Antarctica is a frozen land area around the South Pole . It is also called “Frozen Continent” . Antarctica is the highest, driest, windiest, emptiest, coldest place on earth. Antarctica contains 75% of the ice in the world . It is estimated that ice is 4 km thick. It looks all white, that is why it is also known as “White Continent ”. Antarctica also contains about 70% of the world’s fresh water Antarctica is the windiest continent on earth. . The water of the Antarctica is so cold that nothing can rot here. . The coldest natural temperature ever recorded in the world was in Antarctica. It was as low as –89.2°C (–129°F) .



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Few Facts It is believed that Europe is named originally after ‘Europa’ who was a Phoenician Princess from Greek Mythology.. In Europe , there are no deserts.It is the only continent without deserts. Venice, the world’s smallest country is in Europe . Most of the countries of Europe use a single currency called the Euro. Germany is the most populous country in Europe, Industrial revolution is said to have originated in Europe only & from there it spread to whole world.

South America:

South America

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Few Facts Andes form the Second Highest Mountain System in the World next to the Himalayas. They are Young Fold Mountains. Mt. Aconcagua is the Highest Peak (7,021 m) of The Andes. The Angel Falls is the Highest Waterfall in the World It also has the world’s largest river –Amazon (by volume of water) Predominant languages spoken in South America are Spanish and Portuguese Largest salt lake in the world : Salar de Uyuni(Uyuni salt flats) Soccer is the dominant game in this continent

North America:

North America

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Few Facts North America was named after the explorer Americo Vespucci. North America is the only continent that has every kind of climate The population density is approximately 22.9 per square kilometer, which is the largest for any continent in the world. North America is around  twice the size of Europe. Lake Superior is the largest fresh water lake in the world. It is located on the border between the United States and Canada.