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What did South America have more of than North America?

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Answered 2010-12-27 06:12:49

You should be more specific about what you are referring (or looking for): Natural Resources, particular types of peoples, performing artists, natural features, industry, etc.

Without some kind of direction, the question is much too broad and cannot be answered.

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2020-07-24 06:19:47
well my question, that I meant to say in the first place is that, what did south America have more to offer than north America. if this does not make sense, its ok. Bing has more than one anser

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