What continents touched the pacific and Atlantic ocean?
Antarctica, North and South America touch the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The continents of Asia and Australia have no Atlantic Ocean coastlines. Instead, they're touched by the Pacific Ocean. Additionally, the continent of Asia is touched by the Arctic Ocean, to the north. Australia similarly is touched by the Antarctica Ocean, also called the South Polar and Southern Oceans, to the south.
The continents of North America and South America separate the Pacific Ocean from the Atlantic Ocean. North America separates the North Atlantic Ocean from the North Pacific Ocean, whereas South America separates the South Atlantic Ocean from the South Pacific Ocean. Since North and South America are connected, the continents of North and South America separate the entire Pacific from the entire Atlantic Ocean.
While the oceans are not on any continent they do border continents. The Atlantic Ocean shares boarders with the continents of North American, South American, Europe, Africa and Antarctica. The Pacific Ocean shares its boarders with the continents of North America, South American, Asia, Australia and Antarctica.
Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans are in both hemispheres. The Atlantic Ocean is located between the continents of Africa and America, the Pacific Ocean is located between the continents of Asia and America and the Indian Ocean is located South of the continent of Asia, and East of Africa. The Southern Ocean is only in the Southern Hemisphere and the Arctic Ocean is only in the Northern Hemisphere.
This question, written in another form as "which continents border the Atlantic Ocean?", was answered earlier: North America, Europe, Africa, Antarctica, Which continents border the Atlantic Ocean. In case you are wondering why the Antarctic appears in this answer, until there is complete agreement between all countries, geographers and the International Hydrographic Organization about whether or not the Southern Ocean is a separate entity, or an continuance of the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the…
The Atlantic Ocean is getting bigger and the Pacific Ocean is getting smaller. This is caused by the continental drift. The continental drift is the movement of the continents. Since the continents move 1 centimeter per year the crack in the middle of Atlantic is the mid ocean ridge. Magma is bubbling out and is adding to the ocean floor causing the continents to push away.