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The Great Rift Valley runs alongwhich side of Africa, East or West?
The rift valley has been created by the movement of Earth plates toward or away from each other?
Many of these fill with water along the rift valley as the Earth separates.
This mountain, Africa’s tallest, was created from volcanic activity along the rift valley.
These birds often live in conditions that other species cannot.
This East African country is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest.
One of the world’s oldest Christian traditions exists in this East African country.
This East African country is the ancestral home to Barack Obama’s family.
This country is Africa’s largest. The capital, Khartoum, lies at the confluence of the Blue Nile and White Nile Rivers.
The island of Socotra belongs to Yemen though it lies closer to this East African country.
This ocean borders Africa to the East.
These long bodies of water are used by ships for transportation between many East African countries.
The longest fresh water lake in the world is this lake which forms the border between Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This lake is Africa’s largest and the source of water for the Nile River.
Often used in aquariums, these species of fish are native to the Rift Valley lakes of East Africa.
This country forms the “Horn of Africa.”
A former British colony, this country gets its name from the Buganda Kingdom that ruled the region in the 14th century.
This country broke from Ethiopia and declared its independence in 1993.
Many of the world’s great athletes in this sport have come from East Africa.
Track or running.
Many tourists to East Africa travel to view scenes like this on one of these, a journey or expedition for hunting or exploration.
Many scientists believe that the earliest of these animals evolved in the Rift Valley of Africa at sites like Olduvai Gorge in modern day Tanzania and Aramis, Ethiopia.
Members of this traditional nomadic ethnic group of Kenya and Tanzania are among the most famous in Africa
Whether written in the Arabic or Roman alphabet, this language is the most commonly spoken in East Africa.