Coastline: 202,080 kilometers
Canada is the world’s second largest country by land area and borders three oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic). The country also has a number of islands and bays that contribute to the staggering amount of its coastline, considerably dwarfing the remaining countries on our list.
The nation experiences a wide range of climates because of its size, with the coldest temperatures in the region of the Arctic that Canada claims as part of its jurisdiction. The nation is also home to much of the freshwater in the world and has more lakes than any other country.