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1. The mouth of the Parana River is located in Argentina. In what country can its source be found? Brazil
2. In what ocean do 20 degrees S latitude and 80 degrees E longitude intersect? The Indian Ocean
3. Land formed by soil deposited at the mouth of a river is called a? Delta. Find an example of one on a map. The Mississippi Delta
4. What is the only colony on the South American continent? French Guiana
Can you check my answers PLEASE!

asked by Reed
  1. As usual, all are correct. :-)

    posted by Ms. Sue

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