Special Habitats within the Large Sudanese Geographical Environments
An introductory photographically illustrated survey is made of the Major Sudanese Environments, which include Desert, Semi Desert, Poor Savanna, Rich Savanna, and Rain Forest, followed by smaller habitats that fall within one or more of the major habitats and are designated here as minor habitats.
This article is subdivided into two main sections: section 1 is on the major Sudanese habitats and section 2 is on special Sudanese habitats.
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