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Landforms

Chrysalis World Geography - Jeopardy clues/?'s for landforms

ClueResponse
This smaller stream of water flows through the land, feeding into a larger river. What is a tributary?
This part of a body of water, larger than a bay, extends into the land. What is a gulf?
This part of a body of water extends into the land. What is a bay?
Great Britain, Iceland, Australia, Ireland, and Greenland are all examples of this landform. What is an island?
This narrow piece of land connects two larger pieces of land. What is an isthmus?
This landform is part of a body of water that extends into the land and is larger than a bay. What is a gulf?
This narrow piece of land that sticks out into the water is surrounded by water on three sides. What is a peninsula?
A deep, narrow valley with steep sides, this landform often has a river or stream at the bottom of it. What is a canyon?
This curved or pointed part of a coastline, larger than a peninsula, sticks out into the water. What is a cape?
This body of water, usually fresh water, is completely surrounded by land. What is a lake?
This flat, or gently rolling land, is always higher than the surrounding land. What is a plateau?
This mouth of a river is built up land. What is a delta?
This low land is found between hills or mountains. What is a valley?
The highest of all landforms, this raised area of land usually has steep sides. What is a mountain?
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