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The lake is the Largest of Antarctica

Vostok is the largest lake of Antarctica. In the area of the Russian research station “Vostok” about 3750 metres from the surface of Antarctica is the largest lake in the East. Its length is 280 km, width reaches up to 80 km and the depth is 750 m. the Total area held by him, about 16 thousand km? It is situated in the rift zone.

Geography grade 8

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“The species of plants and animals of Africa” – Plants of the rainforest. Great job. Twilight in the rainforest. Vines. Animals. Rainforest. Plants and animals of the tropical forests of Africa. Okapi. Find the extra word. Ficus. Ferns. Was interested in the lesson. How many floors are there in the rainforest. What animals live in the rainforest of Africa. A coconut palm. Animals of the rainforest.

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