What is Tunisia. Tunisia is a country in Africa on the east coast near the Mediterranean Sea. It is a country full of life. For now it is war free. Tunisia is a country full of wonders and beauty.Tunisia is on the northeast coast of Africa. North of Tunisia is the Mediterranean Sea and south is the Sahara desert. The countries that surround Tunisia are Algeria to the west and Libya to the southeast. Tunis, the capital city, it is in north Tunisia and the Medjerda river that runs through Tunisia into the Mediterranean Sea. The coordinates of city of Tunis are 36,8065 degrees North, 10.1815 degrees East. Tunisia has a rocky and sandy terrain; only a fourth of it has plant life. The land is flat and the soil is not is extremely fit for farming, but nature craft as ever helps plant life grow. The to main plants the the country perdoses are olive trees and orange trees. Olive trees can grow in rocky terrain in even the hottest temperatures and since it’s easy to grow it’s one of its major exports. The percentage of green land in Tunisia can grow oranges with no rain for months. It is the second most major citrus providers in the world. One of the many ways humans have change the environment of Tunisia is by excavation of natural oils from the ground. From the oil Tunisia has made million dollar profits. Ways Tunisia has changed the people living there and how they adapted. Like anybody living in extreme heat constantly you would be used to it ,and your descendants will as well be able to endure that same heat as you. Then the way animals adapted to the heat like the fennec fox, the fennec foxes trick is to use its ears as a cover or a hat. The transition that the people of Tunisia use are the railroads. There are a total of 2,152 km consisting of 468 km of 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1?2 in) standard gauge railways and 1,674 kilometres of 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3?8 in) metre gauge. Tunis has a light rail systems, extending to Libya and Algeria. Over half of the population use the railroads and the rest uses cars and bikes as transportation. The reason most of the population uses is because the main city are spread out for miles and going there in a car could take 24 hours or more, but with the trams people can get there in 2 short Tunisia has four major religions that affects the people in Tunisia. The largest religion there is Islam and the mosques, The government controls and subsidizes mosques and pays the salaries of prayer leaders. The President appoints the Grand Mufti of the Republic. The 1988 Law on Mosques provides that only personnel appointed by the Government may lead activities in mosques and stipulates that mosques must remain closed except during prayer times. The second largest is Christianity, it started when the Roman people had begun spreading there religion in their territory. Judaism is the country’s third largest religion with 1,500 members.One-third of the Jewish population lives in and around the capital, and is descended predominantly from Israelite and Spanish immigrants. The remainder lives on the island of Djerba, where the Jewish community dates back 2,500 years ago. As you can see Tunisia is a healthy and stable country. The people really on the land for oil and citrus, the trains for trainspotter tashan, and religion for guidance. The diversity in the country help each other communicate and cooperate with each other. Everything creature that lives there have neat tricks for survival. So, what is your opinion of Tunisia.