The continent that is 15 degrees south and 45 degrees west is South America.
20 degrees south and 60 degrees west is in South Americain a region found in Northern Paraguay.
South America is at 15 degrees south and 45 degrees west.
100 degrees west will put you somewhere in the American continent. You can't go 100 degrees south, as 90 degrees will put you at the south pole !
The Pacific Ocean -- perhaps the South Pacific Ocean -- is found at this intersection of longitude and latitude.
The Southern Ocean that surrounds the Antarctic continent is found south of 60 degrees S.
One continent cannot be 20 degrees west and 50 degrees east, because west and east are opposite each other and separated by the Prime Meridian, but the continent of Aisa can be found at 50 degrees east. There is no continent located at 20 degrees west.
There is no country at the coordinates 80 degrees south latitude and 140 degrees west longitude. It is a point on the continent of Antarctica.
The Galopagos Islands are located at 0 degrees south and 90 degrees west :)
It is Antarctica which can range from 60 to 90 degrees south and 180 degrees west to 175 degrees east.
I'm pretty sure that it is in South America.
Africa is a huge continent but none of it is at these co-ordinates.
"90 degrees south" is the definition of the south pole. That location is deep in the interior of the Antarctic continent, on which there are no countries.