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Regional Information: Americas
Americas: Northern
Americas: Northern �

Northern America is the third largest continent in the world with a total landmass measure a whopping 24,238,000 sq km including the Caribbean Islands and the great ice cap that is Greenland. The continent sits within the northern hemisphere, on and above the Tropic of Cancer. North America is almost completely surround by oceans and is only connected to South America by the relatively narrow landmass of Central America. Continue...

Americas: Southern
Southern America includes the twelve countries of Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Falkland Islands and Paraguay. It is all but surrounded by water, apart from a section that joins South America to Central America. To the north, Southern America faces the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The east also faces the Atlantic. The west coast looks out on the Pacific Ocean.

Southern America is a land of lush pockets of rainforests, served by rushing rivers that more often than not cascade in a series of waterfalls over the sides of steep valleys. The main rivers within Southern America are the Amazon, Orinoco, Paranda and the Rio Negro. Without a doubt the most famous rainforest is the Amazon, home to all number of exciting wildlife, flora and indigenous tribes people. Continue...

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