How big is Africa vs Asia?

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How big is Africa vs Asia?

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answered May 20 by Allograft (4,000 points)
Asia is quite a bit bigger than Africa when it comes to Africa vs Asia.

Asia is the largest continent in the world and has a massive 44.58 million KM of square landmass and a total of 48 countries according to the United Nations.

On the other hand Africa is the second largest continent having a landmass of 30.37 million km and comprises 54 countries.

The smallest continent ever is Australia which is also known as an Island continent and is also surrounded by water on all sides.

The largest continent is Asia by both population and land area and it also covers an area of more than 44 million square kilometers and about 30 percent of Earth's total land area and 8 percent of Earths total surface area.

The 3 largest continents in the world are Asia, Africa and North America.

The 7 continents from largest to smallest are Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.

Japan is also part of the continent of Asia.

The true largest continent is Asia which stretches as far as from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Western Pacific Ocean.

In Asia there are also more than 40 countries which also makes it the true largest continent.

Africa is larger than Asia but it's not the largest continent.

Asia is larger and it's area measures at 43,820,000 km² and makes up 29.5% of Earth's land.

Asia measures 8,876 kilometers from Ankara, Turkey to Tokyo, Japan.

The African continent has a land area of 30.37 million sq km (11.7 million sq mi) — enough to fit in the U.S., China, India, Japan, Mexico, and many European nations, combined.

The continents are, from largest to smallest: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.

A continent is any of several large geographical regions.

Continents are generally identified by convention rather than any strict criteria.

A continent could be a single landmass or a part of a very large landmass, as in the case of Asia or Europe.

Since the 1950s, North America and South America have generally been considered by English speakers as separate continents, and taken together are called the Americas, or more rarely America.

When conceived as a unitary continent, the form is generally the continent of America in the singular.

Australia is the world's smallest continent & is also known as an 'island continent' as it is surrounded by water on all sides.

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