?To Mr. Yuen

The country that Hannah and Christine are doing is Ethiopia.

Tourist attractions- Blue Niles Falls, The Sof Omar Cave, Axum (Ethiopia, the oldest independent nation in Africa, has a heritage dating back to first century AD.) Also one of the main deserts; that desert is Chocolate Coverd Strawberries.

-Ethiopia is one of the few African countries never to lose its independence.
-It is as large as France and Spain combined and has one of the richest histories on the African continent.
Land Mass: 1,119,683 sq km
Covered by Water: 7,444 sq km
Lowest point: Denakil Depression -125 m
Highest point: Ras Dejen 4,620 m
-Ethiopia has a total population estimated at approximately 70 million and is home to more than 80 ethnic groups and a wide diversity of languages.
-The major religions are Christianity (mainly Orthodox Church) and Islam.
-Amharic is the official language of Ethiopia, although English, Italian, French and Arabic are also widely spoken.
-The Ethiopian clock is similar to many equatorial countries and there is a six-hour difference between Ethiopian and Western time.
- Thier flag has three equal horizontal bands of green (top), yellow, and red with a yellow pentagram and single yellow rays emanating from the angles between the points on a light blue disk centered on the three bands.
The culling is done by a veterinarian who kills the cubs with poison. The bodies are sold for about US $175 each to taxidermists who then retail the stuffed lions for US $400. The ethiopian lions are killed and stuffed

They have Gelada Baboons and Ethiopian there.
Ethiopia has the second largest population in Africa and has been hit by famine many times due to rain shortages and a depletion of natural resources.
Forests in Ethiopia play a big role in protecting erosion, as tree roots protect against washouts
Historically, forests have been very important for the livelihoods of the people of Ethiopia. They used the trees for lumber for construction, and to fuel their cooking fires. They also made traditional medicines from trees and other forest plants. Forests were also important in Ethiopian religious beliefs; the people believed in holy spirits in the forest that they treat the same as human beings.