What Is the Difference between a Natural and Political Boundary?


Political boundaries are created by humans, unlike natural boundaries which are created by natural processes leading to formation of rivers, watersheds, divides and landscape changes. Natural boundaries have a pronounced obstacle impeding movement but which may differ from one species to another. Humans usually ignore the natural boundaries when setting political boundaries.
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A natural boundary is just like rivers, mountains, or forest that separate nations by geographic objects. A political boundary is the limiting lines of jurisdictional authority for the various levels of government.
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