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; '''Elevation extremes''' : ''lowest point:'' Baltic Sea 0 m <br>''highest point:'' Suur Munamägi 318m (in the south east of Estonia, 20km north of the main highway that runs from Riga to Russia close to the borders of Estonia with both countries).  
 
; '''Elevation extremes''' : ''lowest point:'' Baltic Sea 0 m <br>''highest point:'' Suur Munamägi 318m (in the south east of Estonia, 20km north of the main highway that runs from Riga to Russia close to the borders of Estonia with both countries).  
 
; '''Geography - note''' : the mainland terrain is flat, boggy, and partly wooded; offshore lie more than 1,500 islands and islets
 
; '''Geography - note''' : the mainland terrain is flat, boggy, and partly wooded; offshore lie more than 1,500 islands and islets
;'''Nature''' : World War 2 and the subsequent occupation were devastating on humans, but the destruction and the closure of large areas for military use actually increased Estonia's forest coverage from about 25% before the war to more than 50% by 1991. Wolves, bears, lynx, elks, deer as well as some rare bird and plant species are abundant in Estonia. The wild animals from Estonia are exported to some EU countries for forest re-population programmes. Most animals can be hunted - according to yearly quotas..
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;'''Nature''' : World War 2 and the subsequent occupation were devastating on humans, but the destruction and the closure of large areas for military use actually increased Estonia's forest coverage from about 25% before the war to more than 50% by 1991. Wolves, bears, lynx, elks, deer as well as some rare bird and plant species are abundant in Estonia. The wild animals from Estonia are exported to some EU countries for forest re-population programmes. Most animals can be hunted - according to yearly quotas.
  
 
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