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North America

North America touches the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The climate and people are very diverse. It's the melting pot of the world, where all cultures, languages, and religions come together. You can find any climate you're looking for, from sea to shining sea. From north Canada, to south Mexico, there is a population of 528,720,588 people as of 2008. North America has an area of 528,720,588 sq mi. North America has a GDP of $16,981,834 as of 2007. Major rivers consist of the Mississippi River, The Rio Grande, and the Missouri River. Many languages are spoken throughout North America, but the most commonly spoken are English, Spanish, and in the North, French.

If you find yourself in Canada, you should visit Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is a world famous waterfall that can be seen in either the United States or Canada; however, the Canadian side is a bigger attraction. The one in Canada is called the Horseshoe Falls. It's 800 meters wide and has a 50 meter drop. I think the best place to visit the falls is at the base. it looks like it would be the best view. Canada is Found North of the United States. Canada has a population of 34,900,000 as of 2012. The land area is 3,854,085 sq mi. Canada has a GDP of $40,541 per capita. The language is mostly English and French.
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Making a stop in Mexico? I sure hope so because you have to see Calakmul, aka Kalakmul. Calakmul is one of the biggest mayan cities ever discovered.
It was found in 1931 deep within the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve in the state of Campeche. Campeche is an ancient city as well and is preserved. Mexico is south of the United states and north of South America. The population is 113,910,608 people as of 2011. The area of the Mexico is 761,606 sq mi. Mexico has a GDP of $14,606 per capita. The main Language is Spanish.
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Posted by Zheimann 11:45

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