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Moving from coastal to interior regions of sub-Saharan Africa, we discover that the dominant physical-geographic feature is A. ascending plateaus. B. lush rainforest. C.
mountainous terrain. D. many coastal inlets.
The dominant physical-geographic feature is A. ascending plateaus.
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Moving from coastal to interior regions of sub-Saharan Africa, we discover that the dominant physical-geographic feature is LUSH RAINFOREST.


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