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Africa! (Upper Elementary)

For Upper Elementary students ... Use the National Geographic Kids World Atlas to help you complete this puzzle.
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Grasslands in Africa, home to wildebeests, gazelles, impalas, lions and many other animals, are called the ___________.
The largest frog in the world, measuring a foot long and weighing up to 7 lbs, lives only in the rainforests of Cameroon and Equitorial Guinea.
The body of water to the north of Africa.
The body of water to the east of Africa.
The world's longest river stretches 4,132 miles connecting Lake Tana, Lake Victoria and the Mediterranean Sea.
Africa is located right on the ___________ so most of the continent is very hot.
Though Africa is the poorest continent, it is rich in these.
The body of water to the west of Africa.
This country has the highest sand dunes in the world. The largest, "Big Daddy," is 1,200 feet tall.
These dense jungles, which grow along the equator in Africa and receive up to 100 inches of rain each year, are home to gorillas, chimpanzees, insects, birds, reptiles and many other animals.
Made up of 116 granite and coral islands, this African country is located 1,000 miles off the coast of Kenya.
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Man-made waterway that makes it possible to sail all the way around Africa.
The third largest waterfall in the world is 5,500 feet wide and 355 feet high.
Located in Kenya, this is one of Africa's most modern cities.
Namibia's coastline received this nickname because of numerous shipwrecks caused by dangerous ocean crosscurrents.
This mountain, the highest in Africa, is nearly 20,000 feet high. Its highest peak is snow-covered all year.
The richest country in Africa thanks to its valuable natural resources including coal, gold and diamonds.
The world's largest desert covers the top third of Africa and is larger than the entired United States.
At 4,000 miles wide and 5,000 miles from North to South, Africa is the ______ largest continent in the world.
Africa has 55 of these, more than any other continent.
More than 1,600 of these are spoken in Africa.