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The East African Rift Valley starts from the lower valley of the Zambezi River in the south and extends north to the north of Lake Malawi, where it divides into east and west.The eastern one is the main rift valley, through the West Lake Eyashu in central Tanzania, Lake Natalong, through northern Kenya’s Lake Turkana and Ethiopia’s central plateau Abaya Lake, Lake Zihuai, continue to the north to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba, until the Dead Sea in West Asia – Jordan Valley, a total length of more than 6,400 kilometers.

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