Comoros Islands Neighboring Countries: Madagascar
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Where are the Comoros Islands?
Comoros Islands Satellite Image
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Comoros Islands Cities:
Acoua, Bandele, Dembeni, Dzaoudzi, Fomboni, Foumbouni, Hoani, Iconi, Mamoudzou, Mbeni, Miringoni, Mitsamiouli, Moroni, Moya, M'Remani, Mutsamudu, Nioumachoua, N'Tsoudjini, Ouani, Pidjani, Sada, Sima and Wanani.
Comoros Islands Locations:
Indian Ocean and Mozambique Channel.
Comoros Islands Natural Resources:
Natural resources for Comoros include fish.
Comoros Islands Natural Hazards:
From December to April, during the rainy season, cyclones are a possible natural hazard for the Comoros Islands. In addition, on the island of Grand Comore, is Le Kartala, an active volcano.
Comoros Islands Environmental Issues:
Comoros Islands have soil degradation and erosion, which is the result of crop cultivation on slopes without proper terracing. There is also deforestation.
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