What Is the Difference between a Natural and Political Boundary?

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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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Basicly political boundaries are the boundaries that governments claim to have rule over and natural boundaries are ones set by following the paths of natural landmarks, like rivers
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Natural boundaries are geographical features like
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Natural are the ones created by nature for example rivers, oceans, desserts, lakes, mountains. and political the ones delimited by law.
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A river is a natural boundary. So it the top of a mountain range. A latitude is a political boundary, like the Mason Dixon line. Many African states have political boundaries where
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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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