What Does Africa Look Like?


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Osbourne Ruddock Profile
Like every other continent, Africa has a range of geographical features, including mountains, deserts, and plains. This hot region is known for being the home to many beautiful wild animals, such as lions, tigers, and gazelles. The plains of Africa are scenic and vast, and many tourists enjoy visiting them while experiencing safaris in all-terrain vehicles. However, all of Africa does not look so wild and unspoiled. Cities on this continent are bustling urban hubs, and they feature the same elements as cities in other continents. You can expect to see office buildings, restaurants, and cars and buses in African cities, just as would see them in other countries. However, there are very impoverished areas in Africa, and these places may be dry, more primitive, and somewhat bleak. Since the soil is often arid, it can be difficult to grow sufficient food in certain parts of Africa, such as sections of Ethiopia.

Development in Africa has proceeded more slowly than development in European or North American countries. For the reason, the continent has third-world status. Many people in Africa live in homes that have no running water or electricity. Relief agencies are quite active in Africa, providing health care, food and shelter to those afflicted with disease, malnutrition, or homelessness. Philanthropists, such as Microsoft's Bill Gates, are committed to improving conditions in Africa and ensuring that its citizens are able to reach their full potential. Over time, the continent will show the benefits of these charitable initiatives, and African people will continue to build and make progress in their lives.

From Kenya to the Sudan to Egypt, the continent of Africa is filled with lush jungles, arid expanses, and amazing wonders of the world (including Egypt's pyramids). It will always be a beautiful and diverting tourist destination, as well as the home to millions of Africans from all walks of life...
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Anonymous answered
It looks beautiful with stunning sites
Patricia Devereux Profile
The geography of "The Dark Continent" is as varied as the people who inhabit it.
The area closest to Europe and bordering the Mediterranean Sea is known as North Africa. The Islamic nations include Algeria, Libya, and Egypt. It is hot and dry and peopled with relatively light-skinned people. The area along the Red Sea, closest to the Arab countries, includes Sudan, Somalia, and Ethiopia. It, too, has mostly lighter-skinned people who are Molems. Ethiopia and Somalia constitute the Horn of Africa.

The area of Africa most visited by tourists to see wildlife is called East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The terrain varies from rain forest to grasslands to Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, at more than 20,000 feet elevation.Southern Africa includes Mozambique, Angola, and South Africa and its former colonies of Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Namibia. The Cape of Good Hope is at the bottom of the continent.
In the southern interior are the mostly rainforest Republic of Congo, Chad, Congo, and the Central African Republic.

The nations of western Africa -- Gabon, Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Mali, Senegal -- were the source of most of the slaves for Europe and the Americas. The dark-skinned former slaves now constitute the black population of those areas. The region is known as West Africa.
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Maddy Maddy answered
It looks like a leaf.

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