The Central African Republic is a landlocked nation in Central Africa. It is flanked by Chad toward the north, Sudan toward the upper east, South Sudan toward the east, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo toward the south and Cameroon toward the west. The CAR covers an area zone of around 620,000 square kilometers (240,000 sq mi) and had an expected populace of around 4.4 million starting 2008.
A large portion of the CAR comprises of Sudano-Guinean savannas, yet the nation additionally incorporates a Sahelo-Sudanian zone in the north and a tropical woods zone in the south. 66% of the nation is inside the Ubangi River bowl (which streams into the Congo), while the staying third lies in the bowl of the Chari, which streams into Lake Chad.
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