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Physical Features of the Eastern Hemisphere

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Molly Gillett

on 16 September 2013

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Physical Features of the Eastern Hemisphere
Water Body
Black Sea
The Black Sea is a sea in the south-eastern Europe.
The Way out
Borreal Forest
The Borreal Forest is a forest made of mostly pines. The Borreal Forest is the worlds BIGGEST biome.
Ural Mountains
The Ural Mountains are a Mountain range.
Congo Basin:
The Congo Basin is a Basin over the Congo River in Africa.
Congo Basin Rain Forest:
The Congo Basin Rain Forest is the second largest on earth. It is in Central Africa.
Water Body
Congo River:
The Congo River is the deepest river on earth. It is located in Africa.
Altai Mountains:
The Altai Mountains is a mountain range in east central Asia, Russia, China, and Mongolia.
Water Body
Pacific Ocean:
The Pacific Ocean is the largest Oceanic devisions it extends from Arctic to Southern Ocean.
Borneo Island:
The Borneo Island is the largest Island in the world. It is located north of Java west of Sulawesi.
Great Sandy Dessert:
The Great Sandy Dessert is in Western Australia. Straddling with Pilbera and Southern Kimberly Regions.
Water Body
Indian Ocean:
The Indian Ocean approximately covers 20 percent of the water on Earths Surface.
Daintree National Park:
Daintree is a National Park in north Queensland, Australia. It was founded in 1981 and is part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland, Australia.
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