#1 Education Tourism in ME

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The region lies between the longitude of 30 and 34 east to the 100-meter depth line inside the Red Sea in the east and between 23 and 23.5 south latitude and it is characterized by its many valleys, plains, plateaus and mountains that are environments and habitats for many wild animals such as ostriches, mountain goats, wild donkeys, Egyptian deer, wild cat, lint, and species of eagles, eagles, hawks, Egyptian camel, bustard, partridge, pterocles.

It is also spread by wild plants such as mulatto, ladder, spall, heglig, harjel, senjali, old fennel and marsh.