By its strategic location Ghana is endowed with immense terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity at the genetic, species and the ecosystem levels. The terrestrial ecosystems of Ghana include forest, savannah woodland and coastal savannah scrubs. There exist an ecosystem type in the interface between the high forest and the savanna zone which is known largely as the transition zone. This belt hosts a mixture of flora and fauna species associated with both the forest and the savanna zones. The aquatic ecosystem comprises of marine, fresh water and the interface between the two represented by the coastal wetlands.