4. Lying on theEquator, is the secondlargest freshwater lakein the world.
5. The ___________ is theworld’s largest desert anddominates the northernpart of the continent.
6. Nile River is the longestriver in the whole world. It runsfrom two little rivers, the_______ and the________.
7. Hot climate divided intowet and dry season; betweentropical rain forests and hotdessert, called Africansavanna with tall grasses andlow trees and scrubs.
8. Is located betweenCameroon, the Central AfricanRepublic, the Republic of theCongo, and the DemocraticRepublic of the Congo.
9.Also known “The Highway to India”.-transportation between europe toasia.
10. In about 300 AD, the____________was brought to Africa andbecame the “ship of the desert.” The__________ stores fat in its hump andwater in its stomach, which allows it totravel up to ten days withoutfresh water—twice the distance of an ox ora horse. All of a sudden trade was muchmore dependable. (One answer)
11. The ______existed 2 million to 10,000years ago. Some of these creatures could notsurvive, but the ones that did got strongerand smarter. Their families evolved overmillions of years. In the last half million yearsthings began to happen. They begansharpening their rocks and shaping theminto more useful tools such as axes.
12. The great river in Manding. Isused for irrigation andhydroelectric power andlimited transportationbecause of many waterfallsand rapids.
13. In West and Central Africa, alongthe Guinea Coast, in Gabon, Cameroon,Democratic Republic of the Congo,north eastern Republic of the Congo,and in East Africa south of the equatorin Tanzania, Mozambique, andMadagascar the climate is________.
14. TRUE OR FALSEThe continent itself was rich with naturalresources. Heavy farming in North Africa,however, caused the land to become dry andbarren. Soon the desert land of the Saharabecame the dominant feature. Food becamehard to grow which meant some tribes had tofight to get access to food it is all cause of war.
15.The _______naturalhabitat is forested savanna.Poaching for ivory is theprimary cause of itsendangered status.
1.TRUE 9.Suez Canal2.dynasty 10.Arabian Camel/Camel3.King Protea 11.Stone Age4.Lake Victoria 12.Niger River5.Sahara 13.humid6.Blue Nile and White Nile 14.True7.Tropical Grassland 15.African8.Ndoki National Park elephant/elephant