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Which statement describes a geographic feature that influenced the development of Japan? A. The surrounding seas have both protected and isolated Japan. B. The
islands are mostly fertile plains that are easy to farm. C. The fear of tsunamis made most people move away from the coast. D. Japan’s extensive coast put it in constant threat from invasion by China.
Which statement describes a geographic feature that influenced the development of Japan: A. The surrounding seas have both protected and isolated Japan.
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