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Question: Why is the Northern Hemisphere called the "Land Hemisphere"?

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The Northern Hemisphere is called the 'Land Hemisphere' because

  • Major part of the Northern Hemisphere is covered with landmass (soil)
  • 5 out of 7 continents lies in this hemisphere
  • Asia, Europe, North America, and some part of Africa & South America lies in this northern region.

Therefore, the Northern Hemisphere called the Land Hemisphere.

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