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SHMS 7th SS Vocab 3

SHMS 7th Grade Social Studies Vocab 3

Great Rift Valley the steep-walled valleys from the Red Sea to Mozambique pulling East Africa (“the horn”) away from the main continent.
Kalahari a desert in southern Africa.
Lake Victoria the largest lake in Africa.
Latitude the measure of distance north or south of the equator.
Literacy Rate the percent of people that can read and write.
Longitude the measure of distance east or west the prime meridian.
Natural Resources products that are NOT made by people.
Nigeria West African country known for its oil and ethnic conflicts.
Nile River the longest river in the world flowing north through Sudan and Egypt into the Mediterranean Sea.
Nonrenewable Resources natural resources that cannot be replaced, like gold, oil, uranium, and diamonds.
Plateau a raised area of relatively level land.
Created by: hbogue