The Drizzly Country Benin!
Benin is a small ice cream cone-shaped country which has a short coastline. The climate is hot and humid but almost all year round the climate is rainy. Heavy rain falls for nine months every year which leads to the destruction of farming lands and reserves for wild animals like lions, elephants and monkeys. Benin has been the habitat of endangered animals but due to its changing and inconsistent climate, most animals migrated and look for better habitats and worst, some became extinct.
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