Talk:Central America

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The Caribbean is ALSO part of Central America! Not only is it 7 countries, so why is it missing out such vital islands/countries? I honestly think that should be added in this page.

Central America is not a seperate continent on its own. It is part of North America. Because official records say there are only 7 continents in the world; Asia, Africa, North & South America, Europe, Antartictia, and Australia. Eurasia and Afro-Eurasia are supercontinets. --§ Snake311 (T + C) 02:01, 26 July 2007 (UTC)

Central and South America?[change source]

I understand that Central America is part of North America. However, many people in the Western Hemisphere think of Central America and South America together, because the countries in Central America have so much in common with the countries of South America. Is there an easy way to explain this connection inside the article? Lawikitejana (talk) 04:01, 3 July 2008 (UTC)