In Eastern coast of (South) America you would be closer to the Prime Meridian, but do not forget that there exists the Atlantic Ocean in the middle of them...
Eastern side of USA is nearer the Greenwich meridian in London UK.
People living in South America would be closer to the South Pole.
South America, it's slightly closer to the South Pole and there are also mountains there.
AfricaAfrica would be closer to the Arctic Ocean.
panda of northern south america
the lama of northern southern south america
it would be the llama
No, it would not be night in china because earths prime meridian splits them into longitude lines and the half that it dark would not be china it would be south america
Africa is a massive continent. It's northern part is close to Europe, where Austria is, so it would be closer to Austria. There are parts of Africa that would be closer to South America than to Austria, but the shortest distance between Austria and Africa would be much shorter than the shortest distance between Africa and South America.
The Arctic Ocean contacts both the southern tip of Africa and the southern tip of South America, so I'm not sure which you would call closer.
The Panda of the northern Asia is the animal that would probably be found closer to the equator.
The South Pole is at 90 degrees S latitude and is located on the continent of Antarctica. Apart from Antarctica, the nearest continent to the South Pole would be South America.
North America is a continent. Asia is near and is separated by the Bering straight. The only thing closer would be South America which touches it where Panama and Columbia meet.
Someone from South America would come from the continent South America. There are two continents by the name America, north America and south America.
you would cross mexico to get to south america.
I have a feeling that the meaning of "it" in this question is of paramount significance, and that if we but knew it, an answer would be possible.
The closer to the Equator, the warmer it will be. Say you're referring to Columbia, It would be warmer there then it would be in say the most southern part of Chile.
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South America is absolutely beautiful!
If you head south from South America you would reach the continent of Antarctica.