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Khulna

. The interconnected network of waterways makes almost every corner of the forest accessible by boat. The area is known for the eponymous Royal Bengal Tiger (Bengal Tiger) (''Panthera tigris tigris''), as well as numerous fauna including species of birds, spotted deer (chital), crocodiles and snakes. The fertile soils of the delta have been subject to intensive human use for centuries, and the ecoregion has been mostly converted to intensive agriculture, with few enclaves


Baja California Sur

decorated with local flora, along with a flowered blouse. This is most often seen at festivals where traditional dances such as Las Pitahayas, El Conejo, El Apasionado, El Chaverán, La Yuca, La Cuera, Las Calabazas and El Tupé are performed. Because of the long coastline, much of the state’s cuisine is based on seafood, including species not normally eaten in other parts of Mexico such as manta rays. Oregano and a local herb called damiana are common seasonings. The latter


Cameroon

. It is the most accessible rainforest national park in Cameroon with basic lodging infrastructure and a large network of trails open to visitors. The park is a popular birdwatching destination and famous for primate viewing (including species such as the drill (drill (mammal)), Preuss's red colobus (Preuss's Red Colobus), red-eared guenon (Red-eared Guenon) and Nigeria chimpanzee). Researchers from various disciplines have been conducting biological studies in Korup for over three decades, generating a wealth of information on rainforest ecosystems. Hill was a volunteer in Cameroon from 1974 to 1976. Hill credits his work with the Peace Corps for teaching him his first lessons in diplomacy. As a volunteer, Hill worked with credit unions and when he discovered that one board of directors had stolen 60 percent of their members' money, he reported on the malfeasance to their members, who promptly re-elected them because the board reflected carefully balanced tribal interests and it really did not matter to the members if the board directors ran a good credit union or not. Hill said the lesson was that "When something's happened, it's happened for a reason and you do your best to understand that reason. But don't necessarily think you can change it." "Longtime Statesman Puts Best Face Forward for U.S." by Glenn Kessler. ''Washington Post''. September 21, 2005. Hill took the Foreign Service exam while he was serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon. Biography Booh-Booh was born in Manak, Cameroon. Working at the Ministry of External Relations, he was Head of the Department of African Affairs, Director for Asia and Africa, Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, and Ambassador to Morocco, Greece and UNESCO. He was Cameroon's Ambassador to the Soviet Union from 1981 to 1983 and its Ambassador to France from 1983 until he was named Minister of External Relations on May 16, 1988. He also wrote a book, published in Paris in 1982, called ''The Decolonization of Namibia: a Usurped Mandate''. '''Bouar''' is a market town in the western Central African Republic, lying on the main road from Bangui (437 km) to the frontier with Cameroon (210 km). The city has a population of 40,353, while the whole sous-préfecture has a population of 96,595 (2003 census) and is the capital of Nana-Mambéré prefecture. Bouar lies on a plateau almost 1000m above sea level and is known as the site of the Camp Leclerc French (France) military base. Bouar was ceded by France to Germany under the terms of the 1911 Morocco-Congo Treaty, becoming part of the German colony of Neukamerun until it was reconquered by the French during World War I. In 1978 the city was made the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bouar. '''Bossembélé''' is a small town in Yaloke-Bossembele, in the Ombella-M'Poko Prefecture of the Central African Republic, lying 157 miles north west of Bangui on the main road to Cameroon. It is known for its market and its nightlife (Nightlife (activity)) and is home to a cinema (movie theater) and an airstrip (Bossembélé Airport). The Lambi Falls lie near the town. '''Berbérati''' is the third-largest city in the Central African Republic with a population of 76,918 (2003 census). It is the capital of the Mambéré-Kadéï Prefecture. The city is situated in the south-west of the country near the border with Cameroon. Berbérati was ceded by France to Germany under the terms of the 1911 Morocco-Congo Treaty, becoming part of the German colony of Neukamerun until it was reconquered by the French during World War I. It is home to the Berbérati Airport and a major hospital Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


Montenegro

of fish, including species that migrate from marine to freshwater ecosystem, like eel (Anguilla Anguilla), shad (Alossa falax nilotica), etc. * It is considered that the diversity of marine fish fauna of the Adriatic sea comprise 117 registered families but with low level of endemism. To date, 40,742 marine fish species have been registered in Montenegro which represents 70% of species registered in Mediterranean. * There are currently 56 species (18 amphibian and 38 reptile) and 69 subspecies


Nicaragua

(biology) order Anura (Frog). These frogs live from the southern Texas through Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador to Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The family was once more widespread, including species ranging as far north as Canada, but these died out in the Oligocene.


Honduras

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Ukraine

The language is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Classification Russian is a Slavic language (Slavic languages) in the Indo-European family (Indo-European Languages). From the point of view of the spoken language, its closest relatives are Ukrainian (Ukrainian language) and Belarusian (Belarusian language), the other two national languages in the East Slavic (East Slavic languages) group. In many places in eastern and southern Ukraine and throughout Belarus, these languages are spoken interchangeably, and in certain areas traditional


Portugal

in nutrients and diverse species of marine fish; the Portuguese marine waters are one of the richest in the world. Marine fish species are more common, and include thousands of species, such as the sardine (''Sardina pilchardus''), tuna and Atlantic mackerel. Bioluminescent species are also well represented (including species in different colour spectrum and forms), like the glowing plankton that are possible to observe in some beaches. There are many endemic insect species, most only


Mexico

in the genus '''''Rhinophrynus''''' and the family (family (biology)) '''Rhinophrynidae''' of order (order (biology)) Anura (Frog). These frogs live from the southern Texas through Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador to Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The family was once more widespread, including species ranging as far north as Canada, but these died out in the Oligocene.


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