Are pineapples from North or South America?
Pineapples originated in South America
North America, South America and Europe. Europe North America South America If you include the root word, then North America, South America and Europe. If not, then just Europe. Europe, North America, and South America Oceania and Europe are the only ones unless you count N and S America oceania?! its North America, South America and Europe. North America! South America! Europe! Hope that helped. Europe,north America,south America
South America is the large southern landmass of the Americas, North America and South America (Central America is usually considered part of North America). The continent is longest from north to south, with the Andes Mountains along the left (western) side. South America is actually SE of North America.
An easy way to say that would be North America is north and South America is south. Another way to say that is South America has tropical rain forest and North America has the Rocky Mountains. There are a lot of differences between North and South America. And I think you meant South America not South American.
Hard call... I don't think that there is a simple answer here, but let's see. South America has really cool Mayan pyramids. North America doesn't. South America can see the Southern Cross. North America can't. South America has the Iguazu Falls. North America doesn't. North America has the Great Lakes. South America doesn't. North America has minimum wage rules. South America doesn't. North America has the Grand Canyon. South America doesn't.
The pineapple was found in Paraguay and in the south of Brazil. From there the fruit was spread throughout South America and Central America and then into the Caribbean areas, including the West Indies, That is where Christopher Columbus first encountered them. they're from south america Hawaii grows a LOT of pineapples. South America is the origins of the bromileads such as the pineapple. It has been spread across that continent and through a number…