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Largest land mass on earthcontinent North America South America Asia Australia Africa Antarctica Europe
body of water with land on three sides smaller than a gulfbay Chesapeake Bay Tampa Bay
Land that is completely surrounded by waterIsland Hawaii Bahamas
Body of land with water on three sidespeninsula Florida Italy Greece
Series of river rapids or waterfallscataract Nile River Colorado River
Fertile land in the desert fed by an underground spring or wellOasis Nile River, Egypt
Region that has little precipitationdesert Sahara Desert, N. Africa Sonoran Desert, SW USA Mexico Antarctica
vast body of salt water;there are 5 ocean Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Indian Ocean Southern Ocean
part of an ocean with land on 3 sidesgulf Gulf of Mexico
where the edge of a large land mass meets a large body of watercoast Atlantic Coast (East Coast) Pacific Coast (West Coast) Gulf Coast
archipelago group of island Hawaii Bahamas Greek Isles Florida Keys
land with extremely high elevation compared to surrounding areamountain Rocky Mountains Appalachian Mountains Mt. Everest, Himalayan Mts
layers of soil washed down from the riverdelta Mississippi River Delta Nile River Delta
opening in the earth’s crust which lava eruptsvolcano Mt. St Helens Mt. Vesuvius
where river empties into larger body of watermouth of a river Nile River flows into Mediterranean Sea Mississippi River flows into Gulf of Mexico
narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of waterstrait Bering Strait Strait of Gibraltar
low area of land surrounded by higher landvalley Susquehanna Valley Indus Valley
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