Africa<br />Africa is the second largest continent on Earth, which is 30.3 million km ² or 20.3% of the total surface area of the globe. It is originally located, as it passes through the meridian of 0 °, both the tropics and the equator.<br />
People in Africa<br />In Africa, lives 1/8 world's population, mostly along the north and west coasts and along the fertile river valleys. Although they live in small villages, a growing number of them follow into the towns and cities in search of work and a better life. <br />
Animals in Africa<br />In Sudan, in areas north and the Sahara are typical African animals, which in part can be seen today in the neighboring Europe. <br />Sahara<br />Sudan<br />
Lion<br />The large, carnivorous land mammal belongs to the family cat. What is the second largest after the tiger.It is the only cat who lived in the herd belongs to the so-called. Big Five of Africa - namely the five most dangerous African animals(Elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard).The male lion can weigh 150-250 kg and is easily recognizable by its mane. The largest known male weighs 375 kg. Females are much smaller and weigh110-160 kg and not have manes.<br />
Giraffe<br />The herbivorous mammal, and the highest of animals alive today. Giraffidae belongs to a family with a cousin near okapi. It is also related to the deer and longhorn cattle. Living in the African savannah to the north of the Sahara<br />
Rhino<br />Gray, massive, heavy, his body covered with thick skin almost completely devoid of hair, divided on the hard disc without sebaceous glands and sweat glands. Clover three-fingered hooves completed.The area has a nasal horn or two galls. Inhabit savannas and thickets of Africa and South - East Asia.<br />
Elephant<br />Species of mammal in the family Elephantidae. The largest of the species now living land mammals. It lives in herds.Living in the African savannah, forests and steppes of the southern edges of the Sahara, Namibia, northern Botswana and the northern part of Africa.<br />
The end<br />Used web pages<br />http://www.gutenberg.czyz.org<br />http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lew<br />http://speed_kf.webpark.pl/Ekologia/slon.jpg<br />http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C5%BByrafa<br />http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nosoro%C5%BCec<br />Prace wykonał Mateusz Amsolik.<br />
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