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|Europe||23,755,487 km2||798,691,668||34 / km2||8,377,631,357,160 $|
|America||39,935,137 km2||880,230,795||22 / km2||9,834,281,153,495 $|
|Asia||30,914,533 km2||3,828,175,230||124 / km2||6,699,007,253,225 $|
|Africa||27,766,121 km2||825,718,376||30 / km2||503,940,376,980 $|
|Australia and Oceania||8,475,996 km2||31,725,791||4 / km2||403,522,514,575 $|
|Antarctica||13,176,730 km2||0||0 / km2||0 $|
|Summary||144,024,004 km2||6,364,541,860||44 / km2||25,818,382,655,435 $|
The world is flat. Or so the thinking went, until someone actually went off to circumnavigate it. You may not make such a colossal discovery during your own global journey, but what awaits you "out there" is something only you can find: your very own adventure. Beyond your part of the planet lie mountain ranges with echo-bending canyons, tangled jungles, deserts that stretch into sanguine sunsets and yellow savannah veiling lions, wildebeest and springbok. There are retina-burning white beaches tapering off into vodka waters that serve as a playground for dolphins, turtles and manta rays. Not to mention over 6000 languages, countless botanical wonders, architectural masterpieces and geological anomalies. All that is already out there. The decision to find it is yours.
Pic. 2: Area distribution of the continents on Earth
Pic. 3: Population distribution of the continents on Earth
Pic. 4: Density distribution of the continents on Earth
Pic. 5: GDP distribution of the continents on Earth