What are the main characteristics of each component of the nature of Israel (topography, climate, inland waters, etc.).

Climate: Israel has rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The climate here is subtropical.
Fauna: more than 100 species of mammals, reptiles – about 100 species, birds – more than 500 species. This diversity is due to the diverse climate in Israel.
Relief: in the relief of Israel there are plains, hills, deserts, valleys.
Plant world: more than 150 species.
Water resources: scarce, represented by the Jordan River.
Soils: the western part is brown soils, desert soils prevail in the south, the eastern and central parts are mountain soils.

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