The continents that the Equator passes through include Australia and Oceania, South America, Africa and Asia. This imaginary line that circles the world traverses 13 countries: Kiribati in Australia and Oceania; Ecuador, Colombia and Brazil in South America; Sao Tome an...
The equator runs through the continents of Africa, Asia and South America. The equator spans nearly 25,000 miles, most of it across the ocean. The largest continent it crosses is Asia, and the smallest continent it crosses is South America.
The equator passes through 13 countries: Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Gabon, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Maldives, Indonesia, Kiribati, and Sao Tome and Principe. This list does not include territorial waters of other countries through...
Australia and Antarctica are the only two continents that are located entirely below the equator. Several continents straddle the equator, however, including South America, Africa and Asia. Researchers believe that a subcontinent called Zealandia, which broke from Austr...
The Equator passes through three of the seven continents: South America, Africa and Asia. Although it does not pass through the mainland of Asia, it does run through Indonesia and the Maldives, which are part of the continent of Asia.
The equator passes through the African countries of Gabon, Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Somalia. In total, the equator passes through 12 countries.
The equator does not pass through the Arctic Ocean and Southern Ocean, or Antarctic Ocean. The Arctic Ocean is located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere, while the Southern Ocean is in the Southern Hemisphere.