What is the biggest landmass on earth?

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  • Réponse publiée par: cleik

    asia

    Explanation:

    because that is what I think

  • Réponse publiée par: hannahleigh

    A

    Explanation:

    basta AThe 3 biggest islands in the Philippines are Luzon, Visayas, and

    Mindanao.

  • Réponse publiée par: calmaaprilgrace

    answer:

    elephant (ata or giraffe / giraff hnd alam spell)

    Explanation:

    sorry kung mali

  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee

    Explanation:

    5. Palawan (12,189 km2)

    Palawanflickr/Philippine Fly Boy

    Palawan is the largest island in the Palawan province. With the South China Sea on one side and the Sulu Sea on another, the island remains largely – and blissfully – undeveloped by tourism, by most standards.

    Instead, visitors descend to appreciate the astonishing jungle scenery, magnificent white-sand beaches, and epic wildlife. In fact, it is even referred to as the ‘last ecological frontier’ in the Philippines because of its commitment to nature conservation. In 2016, the island of Palawan was voted the ‘most beautiful island in the world’ by both Conde Nast Traveller and Travel + Leisure.

    4. Negros (13,310 km2)

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    The boot-shaped island of Negros is one of the Visayas island cluster. Fringed by the Visayan Sea in the north and the Sulu Sea in the south, it boasts over 100 miles of coastline worth exploring.

    The island is famous for its agricultural and mining resources that have made it one of the wealthiest regions in the Philippines. Most of the land is made up of sugarcane plantations, sugar mills, copper or coal mines, and cornfields, but rice, coconuts, and other fruit are also grown here. Offshore, the island’s underwater reefs and coral gardens make it unsurprisingly one of the Philippines’ top diving destinations.

    3. Samar (13,429 km2)

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    Samar island is the most easterly located island of the Visayas group in the central Philippines, surrounded by the Samar Sea, the Philippine Sea, and the San Bernardino Strait.

    Made up of no less than three provinces and connected to Leyte by the San Juanico Strait, about a third of its land is protected by Samar Island Natural Park – the largest connected section of old-growth forest in the Philippines. While it doesn’t have the iconic mountains that the rest of the island archipelago is known for, it is still a largely hilly island punctuated with scenic coastal plains and flood lands.

    2. Mindanao (97,530 km2)

    The unusually-shaped Mindanao island is a massive mountainous island in the southern Philippines. Stretching for nearly 300 miles from north to south and encompassed by the Bohol, Celebes, Philippine, and Sulu seas, the island of Mindanao is a volcanic wonder.

    It is home to Mount Apo – the tallest peak in the country – and the highest concentration of different ethnic minorities in the Philippines, including the Maranao, Maguindanao, and the Sangil people, to name just a few.

    Dubbed the ‘pioneer frontier’ because of its huge stretches of untouched fertile land, the island makes a living through agriculture. The main crops are corn, rice, and various fruit, but coffee and cacao are also grown here.

    1. Luzon (109,965 km2)

    #1 of Largest Islands In The Philippines

    The island of Luzon has many claims to fame. Not only is it the Philippines’ largest and most populated island, but it is famously the 15th largest island on the planet when measured by land area.

    Located in the northern Philippines, Luzon is both the nation’s economic and political hub. It is home to more than 50 million people at last count, which is more than half of the Philippines’ total population – granting the island its final title as the fourth most populated island in the world.

  • Réponse publiée par: 09330399672

    Greenland.

    Greenland has an area of 2,116,086. A lot would say it's Australia but it's a continent.

  • Réponse publiée par: brianneaudreyvuy

    Greenland

    Explanation:

    Greenland is the largest island in the world and only misses out on continent status likely because of its population size. Located between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, it is an independent territory of Denmark, and despite its size, it is mostly uninhabited.

  • Réponse publiée par: cyrishlayno

    Greenland

    Explanation:

    Greenland has an area of 2,166,086
  • Réponse publiée par: 09389706948

    Luzon is the most populous and largest island in the Philippines

  • Réponse publiée par: hajuyanadoy

    Luzon

    Explanation:

    The island of Luzon has many claims to fame. Not only is it the Philippines' largest and most populated island, but it is famously the 15th largest island on the planet when measured by land area. Located in the northern Philippines, Luzon is both the nation's economic and political hub.

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