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Team 7-1 Africa 2

The Equator passes through these 6 countries. Gabon, Congo Republic, Congo, Uganda, Kenya, and Somalia
Africa's largest island Madagascar
Africa's smallest country Seychelles
Only African country with much land above 10,000 feet. Ethiopia
Which mountain stretches across the length of Morocco and northern Algeria? The Atlas Mts.
Egypt has an area of land below the sea level called? Qatara Depression
The world's largest river, winds its way from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Sea. Nile
What is Nigeria's capital? Abuja
What is Ethiopia's capital? Addis Ababa
What is Sudan's capital? Khartoum
What is Morocco's capital? Rabat
Why does the northern part of Africa have so few people? because of the Sahara Desert
What is most of the land in Africa devoted to? subsistence farming
Which African countries were independent in 1940 Egypt, Liberia, and South Africa
Where is the Niger River Delta located? Nigeria
Where is the Cristal Mts. located? Gabon
Where is Lake Volta located? Ghana
Where is the Adomaoua Plateau located? Cameroon
Where is the Grain Coast located? Liberia
What is the coastal desert in Namibia called? Namib Desert
What percentage of South Africa's population is non-African? 24%
What percentage of South Africa's imports come from European Union? 24.7%
Where is most of Africa's oil found? in the north
Little aluminum is mined in this part of Africa? in the south
Most of Africa's copper is mined here? in the south
Most of Africa's gold is mined in....... both northern and southern Africa
Most slaves came from which part of Africa? the west coast
The Serengeti Plain is on the northern part of this country. Tanzania
What is the vegetation around the Equator? broadleaf trees
Which animals live in scattered areas in southern and eastern Africa. black rhinoceros
Which animal only lives in one small area in eastern Africa? mountain gorilla
Which animal is especially equipped to live in dry regions? flightless ostrich
What is the only enemy of the mountain gorilla? humans
Tanzania had more than 200 ivory seizures in how many years? 10 years
Most of the world's ivory comes from where? African elephants
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