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By Amy TerAvest
On Earth, the land is broken into large pieces. These pieces are separated by large bodies of water called Oceans. We call some of these pieces of land Continents. A Continent is an area of land. Some continents are surrounded by oceans and other continents are connected to other continents.
On Earth we have 7 continents. They are Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.
Let’s discover what is unique about each continent!
AfricaGuide.com This link will give you some more information about Africa.
Herds of Elephant
4 of 5 fastest animals live here. The Cheetah, wildebeest, lion, Thomson’s gazelle.
There are many different kinds of animals that are in Antarctica. These are the most common.
A penguin is a bird that can not fly although they can swim. Their wings are designed to be like flippers to glide through the water.
Their fat protects them from the cold. They live on the ice but can be under water for up to an hour.
This will bring you to some more unusual animals of Asia
Aussie-info.com This site shares information about Australian animals.
European Union This site will tell you more about the European Union.
These are just a couple of the animals that you can find across Europe. Because the climate is similar to North America, there are many similar animals on each continent.
These are just a few of the animals that North America has. Many areas have different weather in North America. Each of these areas has its own kind of animals.
More South American Animals