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Seven continents

by Zarinabanu Zarinabanu about a year ago in Humanity
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There are five seas and seven continents in the world. About 8 billion people live here

Seven continents

There are five seas and seven continents in the world. About 8 billion people live here. We can never know everything about this world. But it is valuable to know some very simple facts about continents. Because we need to have the knowledge to clarify if our children or someone asks if they know about it. Not only that, but can we not be ignorant of the world in which we live? is the largest continent in the world. The Asian continent accounts for more than half of the world's population. There are 4.6 billion people on the Asian continent. Asian cities are also overcrowded. The most popular cities are Mumbai, Bangkok, Manila, Tokyo, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. Oil-rich countries in the Middle East are considered to be the best money-making countries in Asia.2300 languages ​​are spoken in Asia alone. The most widely used language is Chinese. It is used by 1.4 billion Chinese.Australia, Oceania. Oceania has several small islands in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Ocean. Australia's vast flat plain is called a continent. The major cities in the Oceania region are Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. All four cities are in Australia. Despite the vast expansion, only 43 million people live in Oceania. This number is only twice that of Sri Lanka.Africa.Africa is considered the homeland of man. According to fossil records, man originated in Africa and spread throughout the world. The African continent is made up of 54 countries. There are 1.3 billion people in those 54 countries.The most popular cities in Africa are Lagos in Nigeria, Kinshara in the Congo, Johannesburg in South Africa and Cairo in Egypt. Africa is one of the poorest parts of the world. The Europeans occupied African lands in the 1500s and 1900s and enslaved not only the resources of Africa but also the people to those lands. The Nile, the longest river in the world, flows through Africa and gives life to many countries.North America.When we say North America, we mean only America. But North America belongs to 23 countries. This includes Canada, Mexico, the West Indies and other countries. Greenland, the world's largest island, is geographically part of North America.But it belongs to Denmark in Europe. 80% of North America's 580 million population. But now the number of true believers is rapidly declining. Most people in the North American region speak English.Europe.Europe is one of the most developed regions in the world. Europe has two of the smallest countries in the world. One is the Vatican, the other is Monaco. The Vatican is in Rome, Italy and Monaco in France. There are 44 countries in Europe.Europeans are one of the most influential people in the world. Due to their colonial activities after 1500, European cultural influences were strongly felt around the world.That colonialism brought European customs to India at that time. The European region is more united than any other region. Although the UK has seceded from the EU, the EU is still a strong body.South America.The Andes, the longest mountain range in the world, and Angels, the tallest waterfall in the world, are located in South America. The Atacama Desert in Chile is the driest land in South America. There are 430 million people living in South America.The Amazon rainforest, the world's largest rainforest, is located in South America. South American countries are close to us because of the game of football. The stars of Argentina and Brazil are still popular among football fans in our country.Antarctica.Although people live on every continent, no one was born and raised in Antarctica. Later countries such as North America and New Zealand also had a nation called Native. However, although penguins can be seen during the harsh winter months,People did not choose Antarctica as their location. About 90 percent of Antarctica is covered by ice. This ice contains more than 60% of the world's pure water.


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