Fast Facts About Morocco
- Morocco is in Africa.
- Morocco's capital is Rabat
- Most Moroccans speak buth French and Arabic.
- Moroccan money is called dirhams.
- Morocco has the second biggest Mosque in Africa.
- Many Moroccans celebrate the holiday of Ramadan.
- Green tea with mint is a common drink in Morocco.
Rabat in January is about 62 degrees Fareinheit, or 17 degrees Celcius.
Rabat in August is about 82 degrees Fareinheit or 28 degrees Celcius.
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Casablanca in January is about 63 degrees Faareinheit, or 17 degrees Celcius.
Casablanca in August is about 81 degrees Farienheit, or 31 degrees Celcius.
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Marrakesh in January is about 64 degrees Fareinheit, or 18 degrees Celcius.
Marrakesh in August is about 100 degrees Fareinheit, or 38 degrees Celcius.
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There are 454 different types of birds in Morocco!! Some of the birds you can find in Morocco are: ostriches, pheasants, swallows, finches, gulls, flamingos and storks.
Morocco's most famous animals are the dorcas gazelle, the fennec fox, and the sloughi, a type of dog. You will also find camels and donkeys in Morocco, but they are generally work animals, just like horses and cows.
Even though a large part of Morocco is desert, there are many plants. Some plants that grow ther are: olive trees, eucalyptus, esparto grass and the bay laurel.