Colouring the world one country at a time!
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All humans originated in Africa. Olduvai Gorge is the most important paleoanthropological site in the world and is in Tanzania.
The most southern continent, Antarctica is covered in an ice sheet. Penguins, seals and whales call this beautiful place home.
Asia is the largest continent and home to more than half of the earth's population. It's regions vary greatly from climate to ethic group.
Australia is the smallest continent. The island countries and territories in the Pacific Ocean form a geographical region called Oceania.
The rise and fall of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire along with the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution took place in Europe.
The third largest continent, North America was first travelled to 1,000 years ago by the Norse to L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland.
South America is mostly populated along the coasts and boasts the Andes mountains, the Amazon River, and Machu Picchu.