How Many Countries Are There in South America?

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In the continent of South America, there are 12 independent countries and 3 dependencies making the total number of countries in south America to 15. Falkland Islands, French Guiana, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are dependencies.
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South America is made up of 13 countries. South America ranks 4th in it's size. Paraguay, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador and Argentina are some of the countries. You can find more information
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If you want to be factually correct, technically there are 12 countries and 3 dependencies: Countries: Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Paraguay Peru Suriname
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South America, the planet's 4th largest
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According to "How Many Birds? ( http://www.springerlink. com/cont. there are somewhere between 200-400 billion birds on the planet (maybe "on" is the wrong word. Assuming
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In South America, there are 12 independent countries and 3 dependencies making the total number of countries in south America to 15. Falkland Islands, French Guiana, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are dependencies. Brazil is the largest country in South America.
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