Equatorial Guinea Bordering Countries: Cameroon
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Where is Equatorial Guinea?
Equatorial Guinea Satellite Image
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Equatorial Guinea Cities:
Akurenan, Bata, Calatrava, Ebebiyin, Evinayong, Luba, Malabo, Mbini, Mikomeseng, Mongomo, Niefang, Nsoc, Puerto, Sevilla de Niefang and Valladolid Mbini.
Equatorial Guinea Locations:
Atlantic Ocean, Bight of Bonny, Gulf of Guinea, Mbini River and Ntem River.
Equatorial Guinea Natural Resources:
Equatorial Guinea has fuel resources which include petroleum, natural gas and timber. Some of the country's various mineral resources are bauxite, sand, gravel, clay, tantalum, gold and diamonds.
Equatorial Guinea Natural Hazards:
Equatorial Guinea is subject to natural hazards which include violent windstorms, and flash floods.
Equatorial Guinea Environmental Issues:
The country of Equatorial Guinea in western Africa has environmental issues which include deforestation. In addition, the country's tap water is not potable.
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