Quiz: Which of These Countries Is Not on the Same Continent as the Others?
Which of These Countries Is Not on the Same Continent as the Others?
By: Isadora Teich
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About This Quiz

Is your global geography game top-notch? There are roughly 200 countries in the world and between five and seven continents, depending on how they are labeled. While everyone wants to be a true global citizen and experience the romance of Paris, France, or the food and fashion of Seoul, South Korea, do you know which continents these places are a part of?

Massive continents span the entirety of the globe. They cover about a third of the overall surface of the earth, the rest of which is covered by massive oceans and other large bodies of water. The seven continents are Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia. Often, North and South America are combined and called the Americas, leading to 6 total continents. Sometimes, due to their placement, Europe and Asia are combined and referred to as Eurasia. This is why, according to different sources, the number of continents differs. It is important not to be confused by this. Regardless of how they are labeled, there are no magically disappearing or appearing continents. The world's land remains the same.&

If you are a global geography buff, see if you can keep your countries straight with this quiz!

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