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A '''continent''' is one of several very large [[landmass]]es on [[Earth]]. They are generally identified by [[convention (norm)|convention]] rather than any strict criteria, with seven regions commonly regarded as continents—they are (from largest in size to smallest): [[Asia]], [[Africa]], [[North America]], [[South America]], [[Antarctica]], [[Europe]], and [[Australia (continent)|Australia]].<ref name="NatlGeo">{{cite web|url=http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/places/continents/|title=Continents: What is a Continent?|publisher=[[National Geographic (magazine)|National Geographic]]|accessdate=2009-08-22}} "Most people recognize seven continents—Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia, from largest to smallest—although sometimes Europe and Asia are considered a single continent, Eurasia."</ref>
 
A '''continent''' is one of several very large [[landmass]]es on [[Earth]]. They are generally identified by [[convention (norm)|convention]] rather than any strict criteria, with seven regions commonly regarded as continents—they are (from largest in size to smallest): [[Asia]], [[Africa]], [[North America]], [[South America]], [[Antarctica]], [[Europe]], and [[Australia (continent)|Australia]].<ref name="NatlGeo">{{cite web|url=http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/places/continents/|title=Continents: What is a Continent?|publisher=[[National Geographic (magazine)|National Geographic]]|accessdate=2009-08-22}} "Most people recognize seven continents—Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia, from largest to smallest—although sometimes Europe and Asia are considered a single continent, Eurasia."</ref>
   
[[Plate tectonics]] is the [[geology|geological]] process and study of the movement, collision and division of continents, earlier known as [[continental drift]].
 
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