A continent is a large landmass that meets certain geographical conditions. According to most geographers, there are seven continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Antarctica and Australia. In some... More »

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Australia is the smallest of the seven continents in the world, with a total land area of 3,310,000 square miles. The continent is made up of the country of Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, Seram, and other neighboring i... More »

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The Arctic is not considered a continent because it is a region that is not comprised of one specific land mass. Several countries belonging to separate continents reach into the Arctic region. More »

A continent is a large land mass on Earth that is distinguished by a separation from other land by water or by a distinct cultural difference. Earth has a total of seven continents: North America, South America, Europe, ... More »

Mountains are important because they influence regional and global weather conditions and climate. They provide human beings with medicinal products, food, biodiversity, energy and freshwater. Mountains provide home for ... More »

Egypt is not in Europe, as the majority of its landmass is in the continent of Africa. However, the Sinai Peninsula in the northeastern region of Egypt is part of the Asian continent. More »

Europe is a continent made up of the western peninsula of the Eurasian landmass. The boundaries that separate Europe from Asia and Africa are the Ural and Caucasus Mountains in the east and the Caspian, Aegean and Black ... More »