North America

North America is the most developed continent in the Americas, North America used to also include Central America and Caribbean, until the Continental Order of the Americas, making the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Villarruel Domination the only countries in North America, North America became a developed continent in 2012, after the continental order.

Central America

Central America is the most poorest continent in the Americas, Central America became a continent after the Continental Order of the Americas, Central America begins in Guatemala and goes down south to Panama, Central America is bordered by North America to the north and South America to the south, Central America is the smallest continent in the World.

South America

South America is a the most mixed continent in the Americas, South America is mixed of developed and developing countries, and people of European, Native Americans, Africans and other races, South America is home to large countries such as Brazil, the only 2 main languages spoken in South America are Spanish and Portuguese.


Caribbean is a continent comprising many island countries, Caribbean became a continent along with Central America in 2012 after the Continental Order of the Americas, Caribbean is home to the poorest country in the Americas which is Haiti, and Haiti is also one of the poorest countries in the World, Caribbean is one of the smallest continents in the World, and the only continent to have nothing but Islands.

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