The natural resources of Guinea Bissau include;
Guinea has a total bauxite reserve of 20,900 million tons out of which 7400 million tons have been explored and evaluated
Guinea–Bissau produces over 3,867 tons of fish catch
Guinea–Bissau is heavily forested covering a total area of 2,072,000 hectares
Guinea Bissau produces over 28.1 million tonnes of phosphate.
Other natural resources include;
- Unexploited deposits of petroleum
National parks in Guinea Bissau
Guinea Bissau has four National Parks that is; Cantanhez Forest National Park, Joao Vieira Poilao Islands Marine National Park, Lagoas Cufada Natural Park and Orango Islands National Park.
Animals in these national parks include; hippos, crocodiles, helonia Myda, Eretmochelys Imbricata and Lepidochelys olivacea.