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CENTRAL AFRICA

CAMEROON, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, CONGO REPUBLIC - BRAZZAVILLE, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, GABON, SÃO TOMÉ & PRINCIPE

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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
BATA
EQUITORIAL GUINEA
BRAZZAVILLE
CONGO REPUBLIC - BRAZZAVILE
KINSHASA
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
LIBREVILLE
GABON
N'DJAMENA
CHAD
SÃO TOMÉ
SÃO TOMÉ & PRINCIPE
YAOUNDÉ
CAMEROON
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CENTRAL Africa covers a large physical area that can range from desert conditions to the north in Chad to tropical rain forests and mountains in the equatorial region of The Congo. The entire region is roughly the same size as the United States west of the Mississippi River.

The equator runs through the middle of Central Africa. Type A climates are dominant in the region, complete with tropical rain forests and jungle environments.

At the heart of Central Africa are the massive Congo River and all its tributaries. It is the deepest river system in the world and has some stretches that run more than seven hundred feet deep, providing habitats for a wide range of organisms and fish species. The Congo River basin is second only to the size of the Amazon basin in South America. Home to Africa’s largest tropical rain forest, this region is host to a massive variety of plant and animal species, which create an extensive environmental resource base.

The region resonates with cultural and ethnic diversity. Hundreds of ethnic groups live and work together with a high degree of interaction. Traditional cuisine and beverages such as coffee, tea, or beer can be found throughout the region.

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