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Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzinia
Transcript of Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzinia
Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and is 19,340 feet (5,895 m) high. It is also know as the "White Mountain" because even though its near the equator, the mountain is ice-capped.
Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
Ruaha National Park is a savanna. This type of land covers 27 African countries, which is almost half of the continent.
Savanna's have only two seasons, the wet and dry. Temperatures during the dry season can range from 81 degrees Fahrenheit to 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
Cairo is a town in Egypt that the Nile River passes through. The Nile is the longest river in the world stretching 4,160 miles long. It flows through 10 countries in northeast Africa, and empties into the Nile Delta. From there, it empties into the Mediterranean Sea.
Tassili N'Ajjer National Park, Algeria
Taï National Park,
Tasilli N'Ajjer National Park is located in the Sahara Desert. The Sahara is the largest desert in the world. It is about the size of the United States and runs through 10 countries.
Taï National Park, located in Côte d'Ivore, is a West African rainforest. Many mammals, including lowland gorillas and chimpanzees call the rainforest home. There are also about 1,800 species of plants living there. Along with Africa's other rainforest, the West African rainforest is disappearing at an alarming rate. 26% of the rainforest has been destroyed in the last 15 years.