What is a icy land route that connected Asia to North America?
Alaska. Alaska is also related to the United States of America
No, they are not connected.
One likely route was by the ice bridge that once connected northeastern Asia with North America.
No, he found a route to North America
Well, North America was connected to Asia at one point by a land bridge
Asia and North America
no...Europe and Asia
North America and South America are connected at the Isthmus of Panama. Africa and Asia are connected by the Isthmus of Suez. Europe and Asia are connected because they are located on the same landmass. No other continents are connected.
nomadic travelers, followed the herds across the ice bridge that connected Asia and North America
A North-West Passage if i remember right.
northwest water route .
The Bering Strait.
The Bering Strait
At one point, all 7 continents were connected. Nearly every combination you can think of was true as well. (North America & Europe, Australia & Asia, etc.). Today the continents of North America and South America are connected and the continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa are connected.
England, France, and The Netherlands competed to discover it. The route was called the North-West Passage
They didn’t send them to North America. They didn’t know it was there, but they were looking for a route to Asia.
The North-West passage is probably what you are looking for. For more information search "What water route goes through North America to Asia?"
i dontreally now it
Bering land bridge
100 miles wide
The Bering Land Bridge.
because he wanted to find a trade route to Asia
No, China is part of Asia. South America is below North America and it's connected by Mexico.
Asia and North America are separate continents, so Asia is not in North America.
A land bridge formed where the Bering Sea is now located.
ask Gary the whale
His motive was to find a route to Asia across North America.
No - He was looking for a shorter route to Asia, but instead found North America.
The seven continents are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica. North and South America are connected to each other.
No direct route through North America to Asia. Never has been one no matter how hard people wanted one or looked for it.
During the most recent Ice Age, the continents of Asia and North America were physically connected by a land bridge. Native Americans came from Asia and crossed the land bridge into North America. They then continued south to South America.
There are seven political continents, in which are the most widely known: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. However, there are truly only four continents, in a geographical sense: Afro-Eurasia, America, Antarctica, and Australia. Afro-Eurasia is a supercontinent composing of the connected continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Europe and Africa are both connected to Asia, making them indirectly connected to each other. America is too a supercontinent composing of the… Read More
The answer to your question is Vitus Bering.
a sea route to Asia across North America
Your route will cross the international date line.
Explorers that were finding a water route to asia.
North America is closer to Asia. Asia is a big country.
Bering land bridge. Because it is the Bering straits.
Because They Wanted To Find A Water Route To Asia Through North America!
They sailed west hoping to discover an alternate route to Asia, but instead, Columbus discovered and later colonized central and North America.
The first explorer to search for the route to Asia would be Christopher Columbus, although he ended up at Bahamas. Also, Christopher Columbus did NOT even step FOOT on North America. So Columbus should not be given credit for even discovering North America.
The Silk Road.
The Bering Sea separates Asia from North America.
North America is separating from Europe and Africa and will collide into Asia. South America will still be connected to North America but will tilt eastward towards Africa.
The Bering Strait separates North America (Alaska) and Asia (Russia). The Bering Strait separates North America from Asia.
Here are some examples: Corn: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Tobacco: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Carrot: North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Turnip: North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
Vitus Bering's major accomplishment was that he figured out if Asia and North America were connected by land.
Amerigo Vespucci is an Italian explorer that discovered that Asia was not connected to what is now North and South America.
Scientists believed that thousands of years ago that the regions that were connected was Asia and North america.