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TUPIGE KURA: Seven Natural Wonders of Africa

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Kibanga Ampiga Mkoloni, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. Kibanga Ampiga Mkoloni

    Kibanga Ampiga Mkoloni JF-Expert Member

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    [h=2]AFRICA[/h] [​IMG]
    Below is a list of Recommended Natural Wonders of Africa. We invite you to discover, explore, and enjoy each of these natural wonders. Please vote to confirm these selections or nominate another natural wonder that you believe is more deserving. Victoria Falls has the distinguished position as one of The Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Subsequently, it is not considered in the voting process for the seven wonders of Africa.

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    [h=2]Red Sea Reef[/h] Stretching over 1,200 miles this reef is home to over 1,100 species of fish of which approximately 1 in 10 are exclusive to the area.
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    [h=2]Mount Kilimanjaro[/h] The largest mountain in Africa and the largest free standing mountain in the world. Seven different peaks and features a 1.5 mile wide crater.
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    [h=2]Sahara Desert[/h] The Sahara desert is the world's largest hot desert and houses many natural features which could be deemed as Wonders themselves.
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    [h=2]Serengeti Migration[/h] The longest and largest overland migration in the world. The Serengeti spans over 18,640 square miles
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    [h=2]Tsingy de Bemaraha[/h] Intriguing landforms and unique geography accompanied by mangrove forests and a large lemur population.
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    [h=2]Avenue of the Baobabs[/h] Also referred to as upside down trees, they can be 98 feet high with a diameter of 36 feet. Reported to be over 800 years old.
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    [h=2]Ngorongoro Crater[/h] Largest unbroken caldera in the world measuring 12 miles across. This "Garden of Eden" is home to over 30,000 animals including the rare black rhino.
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    [h=2]Aldabra Atoll[/h] Largest atoll in Africa and second largest in the world. Home to the largest population of giant tortoises.
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    [h=2]Okavango Delta[/h] Okavango Delta, located in Botswana, is the largest inland delta in the world.
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    [h=2]Zuma Rock[/h] Large monolith located in Niger recognized by the naturally occurring face that appears on the side.
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    [h=2]Mount Kenya[/h] Mount Kenya is the second tallest mountain in Africa and features three peaks over 16,000 feet.
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    [h=2]Peak of the Furnace[/h] Currently one of the most active volcanoes in the world. The caldera is 5 miles wide and features a lava shield, craters, spatter cones, and beaches.
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    tupo tayari kupiga kura zetu ila ili kuweza kuhamasisha zaidi ifike mahali tutumie viongozi influential kwenye jamii na sii kumtumia mama Salama Kikwete ifike mahali tuwatumie hata wapinzaini ili wahamasishe zoezi hili.