The only significant water resources in Turkmenistan, one of the six independent Turkic states in Central Asia, are rivers that originate from other countries.It has a vast arid desert, therefore, plant life is scarce leaving only drought-resistant grasses and desert scrubs to grow. The mountain valleys in Turkmenistan however do support more vegetation, such as fig plants and wild walnut trees. The area of the country with the heaviest precipitation is the Kopet Dag Range. In the Karakum (Black Sand) Desert there are wildcats, gazelles and foxes. Snow leopards, the Persian lynx and goats survive mainly in the mountainous parts of the country. During the winter months, the country sees the migration of birds such as; geese, swans and ducks. There are a wealth of natural resources including the fourth largest reserves of natural gas in the world.
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