Mozambique lies on the east coast of Africa that lies opposite of the Madagascar. It is a country of fine, natural harbors. Sand dunes and coastal swamps give way to a flat plain that rises to a high, grassy plateau. Numerous rivers fringed by tropical forest flow down to the Indian Ocean. The land has several natural resources, including coal and diamonds. However, 80 % of the people are farmers growing cotton and cashew nuts for export, or cassava, beans, and wheat to feed their families.
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