Which two continents are smaller than Antarctica?
The smallest continent on the planet is Australia with an area of 8,560,000 square kilometers. The second smallest continent is Europe measuring 10,600,000 square kilometers. I guess that means the two continents smaller than Antarctica, which is 13,200,000 square kilometers in size, are Australia and Europe.
The rest in ascending order are South America (17,820,000), North America (24,230,000), Africa (30,250,000), and Asia (49,700,000).
There are also three other continents that you may consider. In some places there are models other than the seven continent model taught in schools. These other models combine some continents to make larger continents. They are America, which consists of North and South America and has a size of 42,050,000, Eurasia, which consists of Europe and Asia and measures 60,300,000, and Africa-Eurasia, which consists of Europe, Asia and Africa and measures 90,500,000. Why not just make one continent and call it Earth?