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Sub-Saharan Afric.

Facts on Sub-Saharan Africa and who founded it.

What does "Sub-Saharan" mean? the area below the Sahara desert.
What is a plateau? a level of highland that rises above surrounding areas.
What is a word for a line of steep cliffs riming a plateau an escarpment.
Who were the two famous explorers who discovered Africa David Livingston, and Henry Stanley.
Where are these rivers located Zambezi Congo Nile Niger Zambezi: South Africa Congo: Dem. Republic of the Congo Nile: east to northern Africa Niger: West Africa.
What did "Berbers" do? they were Saharan nomads.
Africa is unsustainable in what two things? arable land and infertile soil.
The reason for so many land locked countries in Africa is because....? The continent in the interior are plateaus.
What happens to the climate in Africa? It is reversed and mirrored due to the Prime Meridian and equator running through the continent.
What minerals do Africa posses? gold, copper,and coal.
TRUE OR FALSE Does Africa have to import manufacturing goods? true.
What are the most scarce things Africans face? food and water.
Created by: arlynnts