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French Guiana

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Estimate population 196,200 - Capital: Cayenne

 

Tropical rain forests with animals such as the tapir, ocelot, sloth, great anteater, armadillo, monkeys, fish, snakes, rodents, insects, and a variety of parrots can be found in beautiful French Guiana. It is economically dependent upon France which is no surprise when one starts to look at the history of this place and its connections with the French, British and Dutch. A delightful place to visit and worthy of anyone's attention.

 

 

 

 

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