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Africa the second largest continent. Africa is south of Europe and between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It is in the Eastern Hemisphere.
albatross a very large sea bird found mostly in the Southern Hemisphere. Albatrosses have webbed feet, long narrow wings, and hooked beaks.
Asia the largest continent. Asia is surrounded by the Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans, the Red Sea, and eastern Europe. It is in the Eastern Hemisphere.
auk a sea bird with webbed feet and short wings that lives in colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Auks are good at swimming and diving.
Australia the smallest continent. Australia is southeast of Asia, between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is in the Eastern Hemisphere. [1/2 definitions]
condor one of two kinds of vultures that are the largest flying birds of the Western Hemisphere. They have a bald head and neck, dark feathers, and can measure twelve feet across when they spread their wings.
Europe a continent that is between Asia and the Atlantic Ocean and is north of the Mediterranean Sea. Europe is in the Eastern Hemisphere.
hemisphere either of two halves of the earth. A hemisphere is formed by dividing the earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres at the equator, or into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres at a meridian. [1/2 definitions]
Indian a member of one of the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere, excluding the Inuits, Aleuts, and Yupiks; American Indian; Native American. [1/4 definitions]
Latin America all the countries in the Western Hemisphere south of the United States where the main language spoken is a Romance language.
mammoth a very large extinct mammal closely related to elephants. Mammoths were much bigger than elephants, and had shaggy black fur and long tusks that curved upward. Several kinds of mammoths lived in the Northern Hemisphere until the end of the last Ice Age. [1/2 definitions]
New World the Western Hemisphere. North and South America make up the New World.
North America the third largest continent. North America is between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It is in the Western Hemisphere.
Old World the Eastern Hemisphere, which includes Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
penguin a large water bird with webbed feet that lives in colder regions of the Southern Hemisphere. Penguins do not fly, but use their wings like flippers for swimming.
South America the fourth largest continent. South America is between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It is in the Western Hemisphere.
summer the warmest season of the year, falling between spring and autumn. In the northern hemisphere summer continues from late June to September. [1/2 definitions]
toucan a tropical bird of the Western Hemisphere that is brightly colored and has a very large bill.