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Buildings That Changed The World
Объединенная Республика Танзания
В отличие от Танганьики поверхность Занзибара и Пембы-равнина. Однако растительность родственна материковой. Правда, многие леса и кустарники вырублены, а на их месте посажены кокосовые пальмы и гвоздичные деревья. Климат Танзании жаркий. Зима отличается от лета лишь количеством осадков. В начале и конце лета наблюдаются два сезона дождей. Наибольшее количество осадков выпадает на Занзибаре, Пембе, побережье Индийского океана и в предгорьях. Центральная часть Танганьики засушлива. Именно поэтому более 80% населения страны Живет на 1/3 территории в менее засушливой области. Остальные районы страны почти безлюдны. Во всем мире известны заповедники Танзании-Серенгети и Нгоронгоро, где сохраняются Многочисленные представители животного мира Африки. В естественных условиях живут львы, слоны, носороги, бегемоты, леопарды, буйволы, антилопы, жирафы, зебры, гиены. Много птиц, змей, ящериц. Использованная литература "Детская Энциклопедия 6 ", "Страны мира 1989 г.", "Co cise a las of he world", "Иллюстрированная энциклопедия животных", "Детская Энциклопедия 8 "," Детская Энциклопедия 10"," Детская Энциклопедия 11 ","История развивающихся стран". .05.1996 года Марк Маслов 10бм класс
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