Africa

Africa Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Africa is the home for some of the unique & astonishing Tribes, animals, and different cultures. Uncover amazing fun facts about Africa.

Beyond what NatGeo Wild tells you about Africa as the home to the world's largest and tallest animals (a giraffe & African Elephant), what other information have you about the continent? Well, then you've got to broaden that knowledge with some fun facts.

Africa Fun Facts

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Mount Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania. While it is a dormant volcano, it is made up of three summits: Kibo, Shira, and Mawenzi.
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There is a lot of talk about the Nile River. Some believe it to be the longest river in the world, but the most interesting fact about this river is that it flows north.
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The Mediterranean Sea borders Africa to the north. The sea shares its border with countries that include Morocco, Algeria, and Egypt.
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All of these countries might share a border with South Africa, but it is Lesotho that is completely surrounded by the larger country. Its capital is Maseru and the small country has a population that matches with just over 2.1 million.
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While these are all African countries, Madagascar is the island country that sits just off the border of Mozambique.
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Ethiopia is an African country that is located in the eastern region of the continent. With Addis Ababa serving as its capital and largest city, there are 109 million people living in the country.
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Africa and the Middle East are separated by the Red Sea. This body of water borders the African countries of Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
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Africa is the continent with the most countries. With 54, it sits above Asia which has 4 and Europe which has 44.
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Lake Victoria is surrounded by three African countries: Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania.
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South Africa is considered to have three capitals for all three of its government branches. While Pretoria is the capital for the executive branch, Bloemfontein is for the judicial and Cape Town is for the legislative.

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