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How many anthropologists are there in North America?

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How many countries are in North America?

There are 23 nations in North America. Please note that North America is composed of three subregions: Northern America (which most confuse for North America alone), Central

How many rivers are in North America?

There are 250,000 rivers in North America.

How many countries in north america?

There are 23 nations in North America. Please note that North America is composed of three subregions: Northern America (which most confuse for North America alone), Central

How many islands in north america?

At least 15,000 to 20,000. Many are so small, they cannot be inhabited, cultivated, nor utilized in business. Many lakes have small islands within them at times, as do some ri

How many countries are there in North America?

There are either 23 or 27 countries in North America, depending on the definition. (One fewer if Trinidad and Tobago is counted with South America.) The countries of North A

How many continents in North America?

1? north America is a continent. but if you mean countries then there are 23. Antigua and Barbuda Bahamas Barbados Belize Canada Costa Rica Cuba Dominica D

How many countries does North America have?

There are 23 countries 17, if one abides by most cartographer's defining extents of North America: Canada The United States of AmericaMexicoGreenlandIceland (straddles the p

How many animals are in North America?

There are hundreds of types of animals in America. Some of the native species are: American Bison, American beaver, White-Tailed Deer, and many others!

How many countries are there in north America and which are they?

There are 23 nations in North America. Please note that North America is composed of three subregions: Northern America (which most confuse for North America alone), Central