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Introduction of North America (in Hindi)
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This video contains the introductory part of North America. I told in it about Central American countries that are an important part of north America. I'll explain more about the continent in next videos so keep watching and sharing. Thank you😊

Vibhanshu Patel
UPSC aspirant(geography optional), cleared SSC CGL prelims 2017. Teaching coaching and tuitions from 5+ years.

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  2. NORTH AMERICA Introduction Third largest continent. Discovered by Christopher Columbus. Surrounded by Atlantic Ocean in east, Pacific Ocean in west, Arctic Ocean in north and Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Sea in south. Largest country Canada Second Largest country-> USA 0 49 Latitude separates Canada and USA. Great lakes & St. Lawrence River also separate Canada and USA

  3. Latitudinal extent 80N to 830N Longitudinal extent 500w to 1700w North America consists of Canada, USA (including Alaska), Mexico and the Central American countries +Caribbean ones Central American Countries (West to East)> Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama. Central American Countries (North to South)-> Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rika, Panama Central American Countries (area wise)> Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Belize.

  4. Central American Countries are known as 'Banana republic'. Belize borders only the Caribbean Sea and El Salvador borders only the Pacific Ocean. Rest of the C.A. countries border both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Tropic of Cancer passes through Mexico and Bahamas Islands.

  5. Physical Features of Canada and the United States AACT RET OCEAN Sea fort Sea Bartii Bay Alaska Labrado Sea at udso Bay Charlotte stand ATLANTIC OCEAN Tropic of Gulr of Mexico Elevation Over 10,000 6.001-10.000o Over 3 1.526-3,050 .050 1-000 kitometers 1-5,000 1,001-2,000 o00 110 N 100 N