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Bay
part of a body of water that extends into land.
Canyon
a narrow valley with high, steep sides.
Coast
land along the ocean.
Delta
soil deposited at the mouth of a river.
Gulf
part of a body of water that extends into land. It is larger than a bay.
Harbor
a sheltered body of water where ships can anchor.
Island
body of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water.
Lake
a body of water surrounded by land.
Mountain
a high, steep place, higher than a hill.
Mouth
the part of a river where its waters empty into a larger body of water.
Ocean
a very large body of salt water. There are four major oceans.
Peninsula
a piece of land that is nearly surrounded by water.
Plain
a broad, flat stretch of land.
Plateau
a flat or gently rolling land that stands higher than the land around it.
River
a large body of water that flows through the land.
Sea
a body of salt water that is smaller than an ocean.
Source
the place where a river begins, usually in the highlands.
Tributary
a smaller river joining a larger river.
Valley
a low area that lies between hills or mountains.
Geography
the study of the earth, including its people, resources, climate and physical features.