Sudan is not only the largest country in Africa, but it also contains the world’s largest swamp. The world’s largest swamp is called the Sudd, which is roughly 200 miles long and 150 miles wide on average. The size of the swamp changes depending on the weather, reaching a size larger than England during the rainy season. The Sudd is covered by lakes, lagoons, and water pants. Dense aquatic vegetation disperses the river into various channels and supports the swamp system.
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