Lesotho Bordering Countries: South Africa
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Where is Lesotho?
Lesotho Satellite Image
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Maseru, Mafeteng, Mohales Hoek, Quthing.
Caledon River and Orange River.
Lesotho Natural Resources:
Lesotho has commercial deposits of diamonds, clay, sand, and building stone. Other natural resources for this country are agricultural and grazing land. The Highlands Water Project provides hydroelectricity to Lesotho, and the country also controls, stores, and redirects water to South Africa.
Lesotho Natural Hazards:
Lesotho has some natural hazards which include periodic droughts.
Lesotho Environmental Issues:
The land-locked country of Lesotho has population pressures, which force settlement in marginal areas. The resulting environmental issues include: overgrazing; severe soil erosion; soil exhaustion; desertification.
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