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Benin Topographic

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Topographical map of Benin. Colour maps that shows the relief basic hidrlogy network, mountain ranges and summits, bathimetry, capes and other main geographical features. It also shows the borders and the countries adjacent to Benin.

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Benin, a narrow, key-shaped, north-south strip of land in West Africa, lies between the Equator and the Tropic of Cancer. Benin is bounded by Togo to the west, Burkina Faso and Niger to the north, Nigeria to the east, and the Bight of Benin to the south. The country can be divided into four main areas from the south to the north. The low-lying, sandy, coastal plain. It is marshy and dotted with lakes and lagoons communicating with the ocean. The plateaus of southern Benin (20m and 200m) are split by valleys running north to south along the Couffo, Zou, and Oueme Rivers, an area that has been categorised by the World Wildlife Fund as part of the Guinean forest-savanna mosaic ecoregion. Finally, the Atacora mountain range extends along the northwest border and into Togo with the highest point, Mont Sokbaro, at 658m. Benin has fields of lying fallow, mangroves, and remnants of large sacred forests. In the rest of the country, the savanna is covered with thorny scrubs and dotted with huge baobab trees. In the north and the northwest of Benin the Reserve du W du Niger and Pendjari National Park attract tourists eager to see elephants, lions, antelopes, hippos and monkeys. Woodlands comprise approximately 31 percent of the land area of Benin.