Shebelle Valley

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The Shebelle Valley (Somali: Dooxada Shabeelle), also spelled Shabeelle Valley, is a valley in the Horn of Africa.

It follows the line of the Shebelle River north from the Indian Ocean through Somalia and into Ethiopia.

Along with the Jubba Valley and nearby lakes Chamo and Abaya, the valley is considered an Endemic Bird Area by Birdlife International.

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Coordinates: 04°44′N 45°12′E / 4.733°N 45.200°E / 4.733; 45.200