A Narrow Strip of Land Connecting Two Larger Areas of Land?

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A strip of land that connects two large masses of land is called an isthmus. There is usually a water body that is relatively large on each side of the land mass. Normally, canals are dug through the isthmus.
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A narrow strip of land that connects two larger bodies of land is called an isthmus. An example of this is the Isthmus of Panama, which connects South America to Central America.
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Edgar, it is an Isthmus. Like in Panama where they built the famous Panama Canal. Other famous Isthmus is the one in Suez where it connects the North Africa and the Sinai Peninsula.
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bering strait.
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It's called an isthmus. Source(s): The dictionary
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