What’s the Largest Island on Earth?

Question: Not counting Australia as an island, what is the largest island on Earth?

Answer: Here is a list of the worlds 10 largest islands in terms of area in square kilometers and miles:

1 Greenland – 2,175,600 sq km, 840,004 sq miles

2 New Guinea – 785,753 sq km, 303,381 sq miles

3 Borneo – 748,168 sq km, 288,869 sq miles

4 Madagascar – 587,713 sq km, 226,917 sq miles

5 Baffin Island (Canada) – 503,944 sq km, 194,574 sq miles

6 Sumatra (Indonesia) – 443,065 sq km, 171,068 sq miles

7 Honshu (Japan) 227,413 sq km, 87,805 sq miles

8 Great Britain – 218,077 sq km, 84,200 sq miles

9 Victoria Island (Canada) – 217,292 sq km, 83,897 sq miles

10 Ellesmere Island (Canada) – 196,236 sq km, 75,767 sq miles

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