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Greenland - Wikipedia

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Greenland is an autonomous country within the Danish Realm, located between the Arctic and ... Greenland is the world's largest island (it is smaller than Australia, which is considered a contin...

Why Greenland is an Island and Australia is a Continent

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Apr 15, 2013 ... Greenland is the largest island after Australia—so why isn't it ... While Greenland does have its own culture, it is considered part of the larger ...

Why is Australia considered a continent and not an island? - Quora

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What is and isn't a continent isn't a very well-defined rule. Most continents are defined as such ... Consider, for example, that the largest island ~ Greenland ~ is roughly 27% of Australia's area, while Australia is roughly 75% of Europe's ( second ...

Is Greenland a continent ? - World Map

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Many people are of the opinion that Greenland is a continent but scientific and other ... If geological argument has to be considered impartially then an island like ...

Greenland and Australia - Continents or Not?

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There has to be a line in the sand between small continent and the world's largest island and traditionally that line exists between Australia and Greenland.

Why is Greenland considered an island but not Eurasia? - Straight ...

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Africa, Europe and Asia are all connected and surrounded totally by water, how come they aren't considered an island whereas Greenland is?

ELI5: What classifies an island as an island? Aren't all continents etc ...

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Nov 5, 2013 ... Like Australia for example, is it an island? ... for purely cultural/political reasons) A continent is considered to be the primary landmass on its tectonic plate. ... Australia (the smallest continent) and Greenland (the largest Island).

Why is Greenland not considered a continent like Antarctica or ...

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Jan 25, 2014 ... Why is Greenland not considered a continent like Antarctica or ... a line in the sand between small continent and the world's largest island and ...

Greenland is part of which continent? | Reference.com

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The country of Greenland is part of the continent of North America, which also includes ... that is part of the Kingdom of Denmark and is the world's largest island.

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Jan 25, 2016 ... Australia is considered to be both an island and a continent because why should australia be considered a continent and greenland an island?
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Why isn't Greenland considered a continent? - Quora

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Thanks for the A2A. I've never heard of Greenland being referred to as a continent in ... There's no Greenlandic plate. Greenland is right at the top of this map - it's the big island on the North American plate in the brown colour.

Australia: Island or Continent? - World Island Info

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Why should Australia be considered a continent and Greenland an island? The answer is not clear-cut, but there are rational reasons behind it.

The Straight Dope: Why is Greenland considered an island but not ...

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Mar 12, 2008 ... Africa, Europe and Asia are all connected and surrounded totally by water, how come they aren't considered an island whereas Greenland is?