I would think mountains, oceans, lakes rivers,etc.would be the answer to that one
Are cities, national boundaries, canals and roads made by humans? Are rivers, coastlines and mountain ranges natural features? Surely you can think of other features of both types.
Maps can show anything the cartographer wants to show.
Physical maps show only natural features, such as mountains, hills, valleys, rivers, lakes, and oceans.
Political maps show rivers, lakes, and oceans, plus cities, national, state, and provincial boundaries.
City maps show streets and many public buildings.
But thematic maps may show anything, such as tourist attractions in a city, crops grown in a region, natural resources, etc.