At 840,000 square miles (2,175,590 km2), Greenland is the world's largest island. Although Australia also meets the definition of an island (a piece of land surrounded by water), it is large enough to be considered its own continent.
Which was the biggest island in the world before the discovery of Australia by Captain Cook?
Firstly, Captain Cook did not discover Australia. Secondly, Australia is not an island. It is a continent. The biggest island in the world is and was Greenland. ...
Asked in Landforms
What is the largest island that's not a contenant in the world?
Greenland is the biggest island that is not a Continent
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Bodies of Water
What is the biggest island in the biggest lake in the world?
There are no islands in the Caspian sea, which is the largest lake!
Which and Where is the biggest laboratory in the world?
It is in the island of perejil (parsley)