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Worlds largest desert
it covers most of the northern Africa and measures about 3.5 million square miles.
its where people tend to live where raiin falls the most and where Africa consists of several vegetation zones.
Rain forest zones
it is the most common along the equator, even some of the rain forests have been cut down.
the Northern Tip of Africa
it is the Mediterranean Zone, where their summers are warm and dry, and winters are rainy.
it prized items like gold along with agricultural wealth. trade brought africans into contact with one another.
the Soninke people found a kingdom between the niger and the senegal, as food supplying grew, not everyone had to grow food.
Families of Ghana
the sisse clan, formed the ruling class while other clans specialized in trades such as fishing, cloth makers, or cattle raising.
this benefited from the use of iron.these people had iron swords and spears while their enemies still used wooden clubs.
Arab and Muslim Traders
The Arab and Berber traders traveled across the Sahara.These people traded salt, horses, cloth, swords and book for gold and ivory.
The North Africans wanted gold to make into coins. The west Africans were rich in gold.
they were among the reasons are over populated, food shortage and over dependence on trade.
They eventually failed in the end. They brought with them large flocks of animals that took over much of Almoravid.
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