Islands are defined by sub-continental land mass that is entirely surrounded by water. Islands come in different shapes, sizes and locations. The most common type of islands are the continental islands, which lie on the continental shelf and therefore represent just above water parts of
They’re smaller than seas and larger than ponds. Lakes are areas filled with water that are surrounded by land and one or more rivers which feed and drain the lake. Lakes are not connected to any ocean. Unlike rivers, their water is also not flowing.
Nothing on this planet stands taller than a mountain. The world’s highest mountains such as the Mount Everest or the K2 are powerful monuments of nature. But even the highest mountains in the world do not come alone. They are usually part of their respective