whats the difference between a continent and a country?
- JackolanternLv 74 weeks ago
A continent is a land mass. A country is a designated area for ownership within a continent.
- kswck2Lv 71 month ago
Better question: Is there a difference between a continent and an Island? Australia is an Island.
- RainLv 71 month ago
A continent is landmass that is usually bordered by oceans. A country, is boarded by different geo-political borders. A continent is always larger than a country.
- 1 month ago
Are you homeschooled or just retarded?
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- marzmargs12Lv 62 months ago
There are five populated land masses that make up our planet.
- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
A Continent is a large land mass that contains many countries. EXCEPTION - Australia and Antarctica.
- billrussell42Lv 72 months ago
a continent is bounded by physical boundaries, usually oceans.
A country is bounded by political boundaries which can be straight lines, rivers, mountain chains, oceans, or arbitrary lines.
a continent usually has many counties within it. That is, countries are smaller than continents.
North America has 23 countries, Canada, U.S., Mexico being the largest
South America has has 12 countries
Australia has 1 country, Australia
a few countries are in several continents, most notable being Russia.