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Mexico: Physical Features - Map Quiz Game

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Here's a fun quiz that challenges you to identify 19 physical features of Mexico. The Rio Grande river, which partly defines the US-Mexico border, is one of the longest river systems in North America. The Mexican mountain system known as the Sierra Madre consists of the Sierra Madre Occidental (to the west), the Sierra Madre Oriental (to the east), and the Sierra Madre del Sur (to the south). The Bay of Campeche, a small coastal section of the Gulf of Mexico, is surrounded on three sides by the Mexican states of Campeche, Tabasco, and Veracruz. By collecting interesting facts about Mexican geography and working with this quiz, you can memorize these physical features of Mexico in no time!

Mexico: Physical Features - Map Quiz Game

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