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Afro-Eurasia [1] is a term used to describe Eurasia (Europe and Asia) and Africa as one continent. The landmass contains around 85% of the world population (around 5.7 billion people).[2]


Normally, it is divided at the Suez Canal into Eurasia and Africa, the former of which can be subdivided into Europe and Asia. It can be divided alternatively into Eurasia-North Africa and Subsahara for cultural and historical reasons.[3]


  1. Andre G. Frank, ReORIENT: Global Economy in the Asian Age, University of California Press, [[{{{date}}}]].
  2. Based upon population estimates for 2007 cited in a UN report, World Population Prospects: The 2006 Revision (Highlights).
  3. Jared Diamond, Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, Norton & Company, [[{{{date}}}]].