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Landform vocab.

Plain A large area of land that is flat and it has no trees.
Tributary A stream or river that flows into a lake or larger river.
Glacier A large body of ice slowly moving down a valley or a slope.
Strait A narrow channel of water that goes into two larger bodies of water.
Island A area of land completely surrounded by water.
Peninsula A strip of land that connects to a larger piece of land and goes into a body of water.
Plateau A flat highland with a steep face.
Delta A triangle shaped piece of land formed when a river splits into smaller rivers before going into the ocean.
Isthmus A narrow strip of land with water on both sides that joins two larger pieces of land
Rift A huge crack in the earths surface.
Bog Is wet spongy ground.
Floodplain level land that can be flooded by water
Archipelago A cluster of islands in open sea, formed by erosion.
Fjord A narrow entry of water that flows though mountains or land forms.
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