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            Unanswered Questions
            • , which is a large geographic region (very similar to a continent) including Australia, New Zealand, and about 10,000 other islands in the Pacific Ocean.

              The coolest answer to this question, though, is that New Zealand is on its own continent of . Some scientists argue that what we think of as the islands of New Zealand are just the peaks of the mountains of Zealandia, and the rest of the landmass is submerged. This theory isn’t widely recognized, but it is pretty neat.

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            Fridge_Man
            4 days ago

            It is an island in the Pacific, and it isn't a territory of Australia, so I would say Oceania.

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            Adrian Groff
            March 03, 湖北体彩app 12:10AM

            Oceania; New Zealand is not part of the continent of Australia, but of the separate, submerged continent of Zealandia. New Zealand and Australia are both part of the Oceaniansub-region known as Australasia, with New Guinea being in Melanesia.

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            PolySaken
            2 days ago

            New zealand is it's own small continent, however most of the actual continental shelf is underwater.

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            Levon Johnson
            6 days ago

            oceania

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            Dexter Erb
            March 03, 湖北体彩app 5:16AM

            New Zealand isn't on a continent. it is two islands that are west of Australia and south of the Fijian islands

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            EwNoThatsNotCool
            March 03, 湖北体彩app 11:24AM

            Old Zealand

            astralia

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            MasterOogway
            3 days ago

            New Zealand is in Europe duh

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            Ronan Gifford
            March 05, 湖北体彩app 4:41PM

            green land

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            Wiki User
            June 19, 2014 9:05PM

            New Zealand and the islands of the Pacific are not considered part of a continent, but New Zealand is variously grouped (as is New Guinea) with the continent of Australia or with the larger conglomeration of Oceania, which, by definition, is not a geographical continent. New Zealand consists of two main and some smaller islands, and most of this territory sits on the Australian tectonic plate but straddles the plate boundary.

            Australia and Oceania are two completely different things. Australia (a continent) lies within the political region known as Oceania, which comprises also the islands of New Guinea, New Zealand and various other island nations in the South Pacific.

            New Zealand is the above-water part of a continental mass called Zealandia, about the size of India, and most of which has never been above the water's surface.

            Continents are defined by their landmass block, which is generally taken to be out to the edge of the Continental Shelf, where the contours drop off steeply to the abyssal deeps.