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South America is the fourth largest continent, the southern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries— Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela —and the overseas department of French Guiana. The continent extends c.4,750 mi (7,640 km) from Punta Gallinas.
North America is a continent in the Earth's northern hemisphere and almost fully in the western hemisphere. It is bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the southeast by the Caribbean Sea, and on the south and west by the North Pacific Ocean; South America lies to the southeast, connected to North America by the isthmus of Panama.
The maritime polar air that invades South America is quite similar to its counterpart in the United States. Maritime polar air occupies by far the most territory in the Southern Hemisphere, encircling it entirely. Australia is a source region for continental tropical air. It originates over the vast desert area in the interior. Except along the eastern coast, maritime tropical air does not.
Southern Hemisphere is home to 800 million people, which is only 12% of the world’s population. This is not surprising given the fact that the majority of the Earth’s land lies north of the equator. South of the equator are located only most of South America, Australia, the southern smaller part of Africa and a very small part of Southeast.
The only continents entirely in the Southern Hemisphere are Antarctica and Australia. Africa is split just below its western portion. South America is cut through Ecuador (hence the name, like 'equator') and Brazil. Europe, Asia, and North America are all entirely in the northern hemisphere.
The continent of South America is located on the planet’s southern hemisphere.. Discussed below is the interesting information and facts about some of the major rivers of South America. Amazon. The Amazon is the second longest river on the planet and the longest of the rivers of South America with a length of 6,437 kilometers. Its source lies at the Andes while its course covers seven.
Physical geography. North America—the continent and associated islands of the Northern Hemisphere and (chiefly) Western Hemisphere. It lies northwest of South America and is bounded by the Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific Oceans. Middle America—the territory between the southern Rocky Mountains and the northern tip of the Andes.This isthmus marks the transition between North and South America.