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Guinea-Bissau is a country located in West Africa. It has a total land area of 36,125 square kilometers and is bordered by Senegal to the north, Guinea to the east and south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The terrain of Guinea-Bissau is mostly low-lying coastal plains with its highest point being an unnamed place at 300 meters above sea level. The majority of Guinea-Bissau’s population lives in cities such as Bissau, Bafata and Gabu. The climate in Guinea-Bissau is mostly tropical with temperatures ranging from 24°C during winter months (Dec-Feb) to around 32°C during summer months (Apr-Jun). Rainfall varies across different parts with wetter areas receiving up to 3000mm annually while drier areas receive around 1000mm each year. Guinea-Bissau is known for its lush mangrove swamps which covers approximately two thirds of its total land area. This includes numerous rivers and estuaries which are home to a wide variety of wildlife including otters, crocodiles and manatees. There are also over 400 species of birds found in Guinea-Bissau including some rare species such as the African river martin and white-bellied bustard. In addition to this there are also many endemic plant species such as wild rice and mangrove trees found only in Guinea’s swamps. Check andyeducation for Guinea-Bissau School and Education.

Guinea-Bissau Population, People, Languages and Religions

Guinea-Bissau Country Overview Where is Guinea-Bissau located? The  Guinea-Bissau is a Central African country that is one of the least developed countries in the world. On the time zone map, countries are divided into world time zones along the lines of longitude. As a result, Great Britain and Guinea-Bissau, for example, are in the same… Read More »