El Salvadorian ecoregions

El Salvador is a small country in Central America that has a diverse range of ecoregions. The country is divided into four distinct geographical areas, each with its own unique characteristics. These include the Pacific Coastal Zone, which is dominated by sandy beaches, mangroves, and estuaries, the Central American Dry Forest, which covers the majority of the country, the Central American Montane Forest at high-altitude and finally, the Eastern Pacific Coastal Zone.

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El Salvadorian ecoregions

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