When viewing the world from its side, the Pacific Ocean is the major body of water that separates the two continents. When viewing the world from the North Pole, the Arctic Ocean separates the two continents.
during the existence of the earliest primitive species that had many human-like qualities, there was only one central land mass in the middle of a large body of water, later developing into seven land masses today known as the continents. there are many theories about how this happened, though.
Yes. An ocean is a very large body of water, often separating continents. They have to be so big to be considered as oceans that only 5 oceans exist in the world. They make up most of the water on Earth.