Flora & Fauna of Comoros Last updated on
Monday 19th April 2010
The Comoros' land is mostly desert and the only green area is found in the basalt ranges of the northern region. Agriculture is confined to oases and to a few spots along the coast; it satisfies only 25 per cent of the domestic food demand. Extensive cattle-raising is mainly practiced by nomads. Economic activity in general is concentrated around the port.
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