Which two continents are smaller in land area than Antarctica?
Australia and Europe
The land area of the United Kingdom, which includes Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and a number of smaller islands, is 242,495 square kilometers, or 93,628 square miles. The land area of Antarctica is 14,000,000 square kilometers, or 5,400,000 square miles. Thus, 14,000,000 divided by 242,495 equals 57.73, meaning that Antarctica is over 57 times larger in terms of land area than the UK.
Antarctica is a continent of approximately 14,000,000 sq km. The Transantarctic Mountains divide Antarctica into east and west. East Antarctica constitutes the bulk of the land mass and is the oldest part of the continent. West Antarctica is the newer and smaller area which includes the Antarctic Peninsula and consists of four land areas separated by deep water.