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The Ghana Empire

All about Ghana

What are the 4 vegetation zones in West Africa? Desert, Sahel, Savannah, Forest.
What is a vegetation zone? A region that has certain types of plants.
What stretches across northern Africa? The Sahara desert.
Describe Desert and Sahel. The Desert is plain sand and dust for miles. It is very arid, very hot in the day time and cold at night. The Sahel is almost just like the desert, but it does a minimal plant life.
Describe Savannah and Forest. The Savannah covers most of Africa, is lots of grass land with scattered trees. The Forest has lush vegetation, and has water ways, from rivers to creeks.
Why was the Niger River so important for the Empire of Ghana? Transportation, Communication, and Trade.
What item were traded in the Trans-Sahara trade? Slat, gold, enslaved people, food, and wood.
What animal was important in the Trans-Sahara trade? The Camel.
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