Interesting Facts about Cameroon
Cameroon Interesting Facts
Cameroon, officially the Republic of Cameroon, is a country in Africa. Here are some interesting facts about Cameroon:
- The national flag of Cameroon was adopted in its current form on May 20, 1975, after Cameroon became a unitary state and the coat of arms of Cameroon was adopted in 1998.
- Cameroon is considered the wettest place in the world.
- In Cameroon, people speak 230 different languages, including French and English.
- One of the three waterfalls in Africa that flows into the sea is located in Cameroon.
- Geographically and culturally, Cameroon is highly diverse.
- The tallest mountain in central and sub-Saharan Africa is located in Cameroon.
- Rare plants and animals are plentiful in Cameroon.
- Both locals and visitors love Waza National Park.
- Cameroon has a common dry border with Chad, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, and Equatorial Guinea.
- Mount Cameroon is the highest point in Cameroon.
- Douala is the biggest city in Cameroon.
- Since obtaining its independence, Cameroon has only had two presidents.
- In Cameroon, Christianity is the most common religion.
- Some of the world's most fertile land may be found in Cameroon.
- Cameroon has the world's largest frog.
- Soccer is the most popular sport in Cameroon.
- The national animal of Cameroon is the lion.
- The Dja Reserve is one of Africa's largest and best-protected rainforests, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Cameroon also has large reserves of natural gas.
- After reaching the coast in the 15th century, Portuguese explorers gave the region the name "Rio dos Camares".
- Coffee, cotton, bananas, oilseeds, and cocoa are all popular exports from Cameroon.
- Cameroon is a country located in Central Africa. It shares borders with Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea.