How was the nature of Phenicia different from the nature of Egypt and Babylonia?

Phenicia was located on the Lebanese plateau, which was covered with cedars and oaks. Such forests did not grow anywhere else in the area – neither in Egypt nor in Babylonia. The inhabitants mainly grew grapes and fruits.
The Nile River formed an oasis for Egypt. A variety of palms, reeds, grass grew there. There was enough food for the livestock. In addition, people grew cereals.

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