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南アメリカ

June 21, 2022

南アメリカは完全に西半球にあり、ほとんどが南半球にある大陸であり、北半球には比較的小さな部分があります。それはまた、アメリカと呼ばれる単一の大陸の南部の小地域として説明することもできます。

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