By Matt RosenbergApril 4, 2006
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Every person knows that the largest unhabited territory in the world is Antarctica. Isn’t
However, Antarctica is by popular definition a continent, not an island.
Are you sure Antarctica is not inhabited? Aren’t there permanent scientific and militar camps? Can’t we consider those who are there inhabitants?
But, I think, there is a point of island, not continent Antarctica is continent, you know
But, yes … Antarctica is not full without inhabitant, … scientist expeditions… etc , of course
Why have you gone off on a tangent about Antarctica!!!!
ITS A CONTINENT!!! Not an island!!
Of course, i know that But I only want to replay for 1st post @Kalman Ayal you know
I want to say him, that topic is about island, not continent , only that
Matt sorry couz I went off plz, i dont want that
my comment was aimed at the first post anyway
Hi folks! Just to clarify as the Matt who is the Guide for this site, I always post my full name. There may be postings by other “Matts.”
Devon Island in Northern Canada is the worlds largest unihabited Island.
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