Which continent has the largest population?

Which continent has the largest population?

Asia is the most populous continent on earth. It leads the ranking of the global population by continent in mid 2013. Several large countries are located there, such as China. China is the country with the largest population.

What are all MLB umpires required to wear?

All major league baseball umpires must wear black underwear while on the job in case their pants split.

How many hills was the city of Rome built on?

Seven Hills of Rome. Seven Hills of Rome, group of hills on or about which the ancient city of Rome was built. The original city of Romulus was built upon Palatine Hill (Latin: Mons Palatinus).

How long is a kangaroo baby when it is born?

The young kangaroo, or joey, is born alive at a very immature stage when it is only about 2 cm long and weighs less than a gram. Immediately after birth it crawls up the mother’s body and enters the pouch. The baby attaches its mouth to one of four teats, which then enlarges to hold the young animal in place.

Is Elton John a knight?

In 1996, Elton was appointed a CBE (Commander of the British Empire). On 24 February 1998 he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, becoming Sir Elton John, in recognition of his contribution to music and fund-raising for AIDS charities.

What mountain range separates Europe from Asia?

Ural Mountains, which form the boundary between Europe and Asia. Caucasus Mountains, which also separate Europe and Asia, and are the namesake of the Caucasian race. Carpathian Mountains, a major mountain range in Central and Southern Europe. Alps, in Central Western Europe.

How many lifeforms are on your skin?

There are more lifeforms living on your skin than there are people on the planet. In other words, over 7 billion lifeforms live on your skin.

What year did the Pilgrims celebrate the first Thanksgiving?

The English colonists we call Pilgrims celebrated days of thanksgiving as part of their religion. But these were days of prayer, not days of feasting. Our national holiday really stems from the feast held in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag to celebrate the colony’s first successful harvest.