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Where is Cameroon?
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Cameroon Country Information: Cameroon is located in western Africa. Cameroon is bordered by the Bight of Bonny, Gulf of New Guinea, Nigeria to the North, Chad and Central African Republic to the east, Republic of the Congo to the south and east, and Gabon and Equatorial Guinea to the south.
Cameroon Bordering Countries: Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Nigeria, Republic of the Congo
Cameroon Cities: Abong Mband, Bafang, Bafousam, Bamenda, Bertoua, Betare Oya, Buea, Douala, Dschang, Ebolowa, Edea, Eseka, Garoua, Guider, Kribi, Kumbo, Laedegoulda, Limbe, Lokomo, Lomie, Mamfe, Maroua, Meiganga, Minta, Mora, Ndop, Ngaoundere, Ngoila, Nkambe, Nkongsamba, Ntui, Poli, Rey Bouba, Tignere, Tiko, Yabassi, Yagoua, Yaounde, Yen, Yokadouma and Yoko.
Cameroon Locations: Bight of Bonny, Boumba River, Dja River, Gulf of New Guinea, Lac de Bamendjing, Lagdo Reservoir, Lake Chad (Lake Tchad), Mandara Mountains, Mbakaou Reservoir, Ntem River, Sanaga River and Vina River.
Cameroon Natural Resources: Cameroon's natural resources include timber, iron ore, petroleum, bauxite and potential hydropower.
Cameroon Natural Hazards: A natural hazard for Cameroon is the volcanic activity, with periodic releases of poisonous gases, from the Lake Nyos and Lake Monoun volcanoes.
Cameroon Environmental Issues: The country of Cameroon, in western Africa, has environmental issues pertaining to overgrazing, deforestation and desertification. There is incidence of both poaching and overfishing. Waterborne diseases are prevalent in Cameroon.
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