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  1. Amir
    January 19, 2011

    Please note that Antarctica is a continent BUT not a country – rather parts of it are claimed and “ruled” by various countries from around the world. In general a “continent” is a geographical unit of landmass, but a “country” is a political unit with borders, governing structures and economic structures, as well as citizens.

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  2. Scott S
    August 11, 2011

    WOW! Thank you for this website! How easy to understand and full of ‘all angle’ information relating to my questions. Excellent A+
    I just found your site today, looking for a ‘describe to me as if I were a 7-year-old child’ defintion of the difference between “countries, states and continents”. Using GOOGLE as a search engine, I was lead to your website http://www.differencebetween.net. What a great find!

    Thank you for your collected information base for my “What is the diff?” queries.
    A new and now devoted fan,
    Scott S
    N. California, USA

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  3. abha
    March 13, 2016

    This site is fab

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  4. suuny
    July 6, 2016

    Its the perfect definition and easy to understand
    Thanks for this website

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  5. Ronda
    November 23, 2016

    I am curious. You describe continent as a land mass separated by oceans. North and South America’s are not. Nor is Asia and Europe. This puzzled me as a child learning as well.

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  6. MONICA FOGAH
    July 25, 2017

    Wow! I never knew all these. I had no idea about this until today. I was living in dark. Such an interesting page. Well done.

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  7. Charles
    August 23, 2017

    Super easy to understand

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  8. Al Upinya
    May 15, 2018

    Pretty handy supplemental learning

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  9. James Paulina
    April 30, 2019

    Wow thumb up for you you made my lesson note easy for me to write

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