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Exploration of Continents and Oceans

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Over 25% all languages are spoken only in Africa with over 2,000 recognized languages spoken on the continent.
Europe is the world’s second-smallest continent but has the second-largest population. The landscape ranges from the frozen tundra and forests of the north to the hot, dry hills of the Mediterranean region.
Exploration of Continents and Oceans
*North America
is made up of 23 countries , some of which are Canada,
America, and Mexico.
http://w3.shorecrest.org
Fun facts about north America:
South America:
South America has one of the largest rain forest in the world .
South America has the third largest river in the world.
Europe:
It's connected to Africa and Asia.

Europe covers 3.93 million square miles, which is roughly eight percent of the Earth's surface.
http://www.express.co.uk
Important places:
The Grand Canyon has been continuously inhabited by Native Americans who built settlements within the canyon and its caves. It is considered as a holy place by Pueblo People.
*North America is the
only continent
that has every kind
of climate.
The Calakmul, now located in Mexico and was one of the largest cities of Maya civilization with about 50,000 inhabitants. The city struggled for dominance with the city of Tikal.
Important Places
Potosí, Bolivia was once one of the richest cities in the world and is now one of the poorest, The city is a silver mining town that once bankrolled the Spanish empire, Potosí is a high-altitude relic featuring beautiful church with a land worth mining.
http://www.factmonster.com
The culture of Europe mainly focuses in art, architecture, music, literature, and philosophy.

One of the famous philosophers of Europe would be Socrates.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a bell tower of the cathedral in the Italian city of Pisa. It has 7 bells tuned to a musical scale inside the building. It would take 294 steps to reach the highest floor which would be the 7th.
http://www.places-to-visit.org
www.places-to-visit.org/grand-canyon
One of the New Seven Wonders of the World is located in Brazil, South America. Christ the Redeemer stands 38 meters (120 ft.) tall on top of Corcovado mountain overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro.
www.paces-to-visit.org/calakmul
www.places-to-visit.org/christ-the0redeemer-41
Australia:
*Australia is the driest inhabited continent on Earth.
*Australia
is a content and state.
Asia:
It's connected to Europe and Africa.
Asia Population: 4.427 Billion.
That's almost 60% Percent of the people in Asia.
One of the most endangered species lives in Asia , but it's not only the pandas, it's also tigers.
Uluru known as Ayers Rock is the World's largest monolith located in the heart of Northern Territory and Australia. It is noted for its natural and cultural value.
Asia has the world's biggest mall that includes 2,350 shops and an indoor roller coaster and its 6,930,300 square feet, collecting dust because nobody wanted to put stores in it and 1 percent of it has been used.
From a small sheep station to a mining town, Ballarat is where gold was discovered in 1851.
Africa:
There are 54 countries and one “non-self governing territory”, the Western Sahara, in Africa. Some are Tunisia ,Libya ,chad ,Nigeria, etc
The music of Africa is a part of all aspects of life. All forms of instruments such as string, wind, and percussion were originated in Africa.
Africa is the second most populous continent with about 1.1 billion people or 16% of the world’s population. Over 50% of Africans are under the age of 25.

Africa is the world’s poorest and most underdeveloped continent with a continental GDP that accounts for just 2.4% of global GDP.

Antarctica:
People who live in Antarctica only see the continent with only 2 seasons. Which would be cold and colder. Or even either light or dark.
May-October would be the coldest. November-April would be the warmest.
Antarctica is filled with blue lakes, green forests, and elegant cities.
Delphia is a city where visitors first arrive on the continent.
People who lives in Antarctica lives in a culture free from diseases,poverty, and crime.
Antarctica once held dinosaurs who ranged freely from the continent's interior.
www.ralphrobertmoore.com
www.antarcticaonline.com
Origami is the art of folding paper. It is believed to be originated in China in the first century AD, though it is much more popular in Japan.
Amazing Traditional Australian Music
Traditional music from the Andes: Chasca - Warmista
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