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Other symbols of Somalia are the five-pointed white star on the Somali flag and the crescent, which represents the new moon and is a universal symbol of the Islamic faith.
Each point of the star represents a land that is home to Somali people: the portion within the national boundaries, once divided into two territories, Italian and British; the Ogaden region of Ethiopia; the Northern Frontier District of Kenya; and Djibouti.
Vegetation is generally sparse, except in the area between the Jubba and the Shabeelle Rivers in south-central Somalia.
A semiarid plain called the Guban runs parallel to the northern coast of Somalia.
Somalia's two rivers, the Jubba and the Shabeelle, flow from the Ethiopian highlands into southeastern Somalia.
A small percentage of Somalis also speak Italian, and a growing number speak English.
Educated young adults from well-to-do urban families may speak five or more languages. The most widely recognized symbol is the camel, because it provides transportation, milk, meat, income, and status to a majority of Somalis.
Its coastline extends about 1,800 miles (2,896 kilometers).
Somalia is hot for much of the year, with two wet and two dry seasons.