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Which country has the world's longest coast line?



A. Canada
B. Brazil
C. China
D. Malaysia

This question is part of 2012 Geography Quiz - Form A
Asked by Shadeslou, Last updated: Feb 24, 2020

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Islas

Islas

Answered Sep 13, 2017

The answer is letter A. Canada is the country which has the world’s longest coast line. Its coastline stretches 125,567 miles which flows to the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and Arctic Ocean. If you take into consideration the length of the coastline of Canada, it is just about right to say that it is truly the longest coastline among all the countries in the world.

The other countries with the most coastlines are as follows: Indonesia which stretches 33,999 miles, Greenland which stretches 27,394 miles, Russia which stretches 23,396 miles, the Philippines which stretches 22,549 miles, Japan which stretches 18,486 miles, Australia which stretches 16,007 miles, Norway which stretches 15,627 miles, the United States which stretches 12,380 miles and Antarctica which stretches 11,165 miles.

 

shadeslou

Shadeslou

Answered Aug 21, 2017

Canada
 

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