North America

Of the seven continents, North America is the third largest by land mass and the fourth largest by population. North America consists of twenty four countries, the largest by land mass being Canada.
South America

South America is one of the 7 continents on the planet. The majority of its position lies within the Southern Hemisphere, and geographers designate it as a subcontinent of the Americas.

The majority of Australia’s population is concentrated on the southern and eastern coasts, while the rest of the land remains relatively unpopulated: vegetation covers 91 percent of the country. Because the population is so concentrated, Australia is one of the world’s most urbanized countries.

Antarctica is home to a surprising variety of wild animals. Penguins and other birds such as
the albatross can be found in Antarctica, as well as six types
of seals and nine varieties
of whales.

Africa is comprised of desert, tropical, savanna grasslands, jungle and even subarctic climates. It is also known for its magnificent animal species, and many people come to Africa for the very purpose of catching a glimpse of these amazing animals in their native habitat.

East Asia is the region with the most people. China is the largest country in East Asia.  The Giant Panda lives near the Yangtze River. China is most known for The Great Wall of China.

The history of Europe dates back to the dawn of the world. This continent has had major influence in many of the Epoch’s of the earth. This paved a way for a more European view of history, with the rise and fall of Rome led to the dark ages and eventually the Renaissance.