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  1. Population: 1,275,920,972: Population Density: 36 km 2: GDP (PPP) $7.16 Trillion: GDP per Capita: $1,930: Description; Africa is the world's second largest continent by both land area and population. The equator runs through Africa in the middle of the continent. Around one third of Africa is located in the Southern Hemisphere.

  2. Nov 29, 2017 · Africa is the second continent on the planet both in terms of size and population (1,119,307,147 as of 2016). It is estimated that about 15% of the world’s population currently lives in Africa. With the equator traversing the African continent roughly through its middle, Africa has distinct climatic regions.

  3. 7 continents of the world. The widely recognized all the 7 continents are listed by size below, from biggest to smallest. Asia includes 50 countries, and it is the most populated continent, the 60% of the total population of the Earth live here. Africa comprises 54 countries. It is the hottest continent and home of the world's largest desert ...

  4. Nonetheless, population growth has been the long-standing trend on all inhabited continents, as well as in most individual states. During the 20th century, the global population saw its greatest increase in known history, rising from about 1.6 billion in 1900 to over 6 billion in 2000 [103] as the whole world entered the early phases of what ...

  5. Asia is a vast continent, so large that it takes up a third of the entire world’s land area. This automatically makes it the most populous continent on the planet. Asia is a continent of uniqueness, fascination and bewilderment all brought about by its cultures, economies, populations, landscapes, plants and animals. The oldest civilizations, highest […]

  6. Aug 08, 2020 · This continent from 7 continents of the world covers almost 22,134,900 Km 2 (8,546,329 sq. miles) of the landmass area. Further, the current population of the European continent is 7,47,606,094 as of 6 th June 2020 as per the latest UN data estimates.

  7. 8. Oceania Facts - Flora: The most diverse landscape will be found in Australia and New Zealand due to their size and the varied climatic regions in these countries. In Australia, you can encounter rainforests and deserts as well as dry forests whereas in New Zealand there are also alpine regions with only sparse vegetation, such as the ...

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