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Land and Resources, Vegetation and Animal Life

coarse grass, mahogany trees, acacia trees, myrrh, zebras

Vegetation in Somalia consists chiefly of coarse grass and stunted thorn and acacia trees. Aromatic flora, producing frankincense and myrrh, are indigenous to the mountain slopes. In southern Somalia, eucalyptus, euphorbia, and mahogany trees are found. Wildlife is abundant and includes crocodiles, elephants, giraffes, leopards, lions, zebras, and many poisonous snakes.



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coarse grass, mahogany trees, acacia trees, myrrh, zebras, crocodiles, giraffes, leopards, elephants, eucalyptus, lions

 
 

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