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The world’s third-largest continent is North America; it covers more than 16 percent of the Earth’s land mass. North America is divided into different sections that include the United States in the center, Canada to the ...

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Africa is the second largest continent on the Earth and includes about 22 percent of the Earth's land mass. It is also the second most populous continent, with 1.1 billion people, 16 percent of the world's population as ...

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Coyotes are clever, adaptable animals that can survive in almost any habitat in North America. They live in mountains, forests, deserts and even cities, and they eat a varied diet depending on what is available.

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Latin America consists of the southern portion of North America, all of South America and the Caribbean islands. Spanish or Portuguese is the primary language in most Latin countries.

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Central America belongs to the continent of North America. The region is an isthmus that is bordered to the north by Mexico and to the south by Colombia.

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North America, named after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci, is the third largest continent in the world; it contains 24 countries and approximately 502 million citizens, who speak primarily English, Spanish and French. The...

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Contrary to the common myth that Christopher Columbus "discovered" America, he was not the first European to reach North America; that honor arguably belongs to Leif Erikson, who landed in North American locations in mod...

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