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Label the Continents
Africa - a continent that crosses the equator. It is south of Europe and is bordered by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Antarctica - the continent that surrounds the South Pole of the Earth.
Asia - a continent in the Northern Hemisphere. Asia is attached to Europe (and east of it).
Australia - a continent, an island, and a country in the Southern Hemisphere.
equator - an imaginary line that divides the Earth into Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
|Europe - a continent in the Northern Hemisphere. Europe is attached to Asia (and west of it).
North America - a continent in the Northern Hemisphere; it is north of South America. It is bordered by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
North Pole - the point that is the farthest north on Earth.
South America - a continent that is mostly in the Southern Hemisphere. It is bordered by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
South Pole - the point that is the farthest south on Earth.
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