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Benin Vegetation; Land Use Map

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Vegetation and land use map of Benin. Vector map. The map shows the borders internals and externals and the main physical characteristics of Benin, and also shows the different types of land use that exist in Benin.

Benin Vegetation; Land Use Map

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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. In Benin there are two types of land use: the land dedicated to intensive agriculture and land dominated by forests. Mostly dominated by intensive agriculture (Benin is highly dependent on agriculture). In Benin there are two areas designated as biosphere reserves: Pendjari (1986) and "W"Region (2002).