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largest tropical desert in the world, covers almost all of North America Sahara
A river in West Africa that flows from Guinea into the Gulf of Guinea Niger River
A river in Central America that flows into the Atlantic Ocean Congo River
height of land above sea level elevation
a large, flat area that rises above the surrounding land, at least 1 has steep slope plateau
containing substances that plants need in order to grow well fertile
a river or stream that flows into a larger river tributary
a river in Central and Southern Africa that flows into the Indian Ocean Zambezi River
the major branch of the East African Rift system Great Rift Valley
a deep crack in the Earth's surface rift
"Plateau Continent" Africa's nickname
Where are the highest mountains in Africa located? East Africa
the tallest mountain in Africa Mount Kilimanjaro
a steep cliff, about 100 stories high escarpment
a rock filled rapid cataract
bits of rock and dirt on river bottoms silt
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