Medieval Africa

Climate and Weather

By Grace Trost

- Africa, the second largest continent on Earth, is made up of many different climate zones and land forms.

- Most of Africa is covered in the savanna, a very large and famous mass of grassland.

- Africa has a very dry and hot climate, however, there is a small part of Africa that is a rain forest.

- The second biggest part of Africa is desert called the Sahara, which reaches over 90 degrees everyday on average but gets very cold at night.

- The last and smallest part of Africa is the Mediterranean which is a wet and dry prairie land.

- Most of Africa rests on a plateau which means that it is very high, flat land everywhere.

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The desert gets very hot in the day

but very cold at night