How many African Great Lakes are there?

The African great lakes consist of seven lakes that span countries in East, South and Central Africa. These lakes are lake Victoria, Tanganyika, Malawi, Turkana, Albert, Kivu and Edward in order of size.

What are the 3 great lakes of Africa?

These include the 3 largest lakes in Africa – Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi – as well as lakes Turkana, Albert, Edward, Kivu and several others. The lakes are important habitats for a number of fish and amphibian species, abundant birdlife and numerous crocodiles.

What are the African Great Lakes called?

The following, in order of size from largest to smallest, are included on most lists of the African Great Lakes: Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Malawi, Lake Turkana, Lake Albert, Lake Kivu, and Lake Edward.

What civilization was dominant in Africa?

All seems to indicate that thanks to agriculture, mining, and trade, Ghana was a wealthy and powerful civilization in Africa. Its society was to dominate the region for centuries.

What are the four deepest lakes in Africa?

They include Lake Victoria, the largest lake by area in Africa, Lake Tanganyika, and other major lakes – Lake Albert, Lake Edward, Lake Kivu, Lake Malawi and Lake Turkana.

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