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Lying along the Atlantic in the part that is southern of Africa, Liberia is bordered by Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Côte d'Ivoire. It is similar in proportions to Tennessee. The majority of the country is a plateau included in thick tropical woodlands, which thrive under an rainfall that is annual of 160 in. a-year.
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Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Cote d'Ivoire and Sierra Leone.
Area: 111,369 km² (43,000 sq. mi.).
Terrain: Three areas--Mangrove swamps and beaches along the shore, wooded hills and semideciduous shrublands over the interior this is certainly immediate reduced hills in northeast, heavy exotic forests and plateaus into the inside. Liberia has 40percent of West Africa's rainfall forest.

Climate: tropical; hot, humid; in winter season: dry with hot times and cool to cold evenings; dust-laden harmattan winds blow from the Sahara (December to March) during the summer: damp, cloudy with frequent baths that are hefty.

Nationality: Liberian(s).
Populace: 3.5 million (2008 census)
Ethnic groups: Kpelle 20%, Bassa 16%, Gio 8%, Kru 7%, 49% spread-over 12 various other teams that are cultural.
Religions: Christian 40%, Animist 40%, Muslim 20%.
Languages: English (authoritative). There are 16 languages being indigenous.
Literacy: 20-40% (est).

Normal sources: Deposits of iron-ore, rubber, wood, diamonds, gold and tin, hydropower; crude oil along Atlantic Coast.

Agriculture items: Coffee, cocoa, sugarcane, rice, cassava, palm oil, bananas, plantains, citrus, pineapple, sweet potatoes, corn, and veggies.

Industries: Iron ore, rubberized, palm oil processing, timber, diamonds, gold, beverages, constructio

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