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Brenda Pedersen

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Continents

North America
9,361,791 sq. miles There is a large population of deer in North America. Hockey is popular in Canada. Mount Rushmore is in South Dakota. Niagara Falls is in Canada, close to New York. South America
6,885,000 sq. mi. The jaguar is a predator in South America. The Toucan is a beautiful bird of the rain forest. Piranhas are the predator of the Amazon river. The Nispero has an
apple-like flavor. Christ the Redeemer is the statue you saw in the movie Rio. Futbol is a popular sport in south America. Africa
11,670,000 sq. miles The cheetah lives in Africa and is the fastest land animal. The Sahara Desert is the biggest desert in the world. You could find giraffes in Africa. The Nile river is the longest river in Africa. It is 4,241 miles long. Rift Valley is in the lowlands of Africa. The mouse lemur is a type of animal that lives in Madagascar. Europe
3,931,000 sq. miles The weather in Northern Europe is cold and windy. One of the animals in Europe is the badger. You can find elk in Europe. The Eiffel Tower is a famous place in Paris, France. Asia
17,210,000 sq. miles Tigers live in the jungle in Asia. The Great Wall of China is 13,171 miles. One of the reasons it was built was to protect the Chinese Empire. This python lives in a jungle in Asia. Mount Everest is the Earth's highest mountain. It is 29,029 feet above sea level. The London Eye is a ferris wheel in London. It is 443 ft. tall. Chichen was built in 400 AD and was used for ceremonies. Greenland is the biggest island in the world. The Gobi Desert is over 1,000 miles long. Asia produces 90% of the world's supply of rice. The Tasmanian Devil lives only in Australia. Australia
2,996,200 sq. miles Bananas are one of the fruits grown in Australia. This is the famous Sydney Opera House. The kangaroo is a marsupial that lives in Australia. The Great Barrie Reef is the largest coral reef system. Australia is the smallest continent and only one country covers this continent. Antarctica
5,405,000 sq miles Penguins lives in Antarctica. Seals live in Antarctica. The temperatures range from -28 degrees Celsius in August to -3 degrees Celsius in January. Most of Antarctica is covered in ice a mile thick. McMurdo Center is where scientists work. The Pintail duck is one of the birds that lives in Antarctica. The Alps stretch 750 miles.
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