Compare the coastline of North America with the coastline of the studied continents. Draw a conclusion.

The coast of North America is quite different from the coastlines of other continents. First of all, by its fragmentation. The coastal zone has along its line islands, straits, bays and peninsulas. The Canadian archipelago includes many small and medium-sized islands. They are located near the North Pole. These islands appeared after the creep of the old glacier, which “plowed” the small straits that separated them from North America and Greenland. There are as many islands in the south of the mainland. However, they are of volcanic origin. It is unlikely that any other continent boasts such an abundance of bays, islands and peninsulas.

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