What is the meaning of "physical feature?"

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Physical feature can mean a landform or some trait that relates to an object or organism's shape, color or size. Physical features are defined differently depending on the field of study.

In geography, physical features are defined as structures on Earth. Examples of physical features in geography include islands, deserts, mountains, lakes, oceans, caves, plains and plateaus. When biologists discuss an organism’s physical features, they are referring to qualities such as a tree’s height, an animal’s weight or a bacteria’s shape. When discussing humans, the term physical feature is usually used to describe a person’s height, weight, skin color or hair.

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